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  1. Essential Reading 3 items
    1. The modern law of evidence - Adrian Keane, Paul McKeown 2018

      Book  New 12th Edition

    2. OR

    3. Evidence: law and context - Jonathan Doak, Claire McGourlay, Mark Thomas 2018

      Book  Also available as a Taylor & Francis eBook

  2. Seminar 1 – Admissibility and Proof 5 items
    1. Essential Reading 2 items
      1. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  Ormerod, D and Birch, D, 'The evolution of the discretionary exclusion of evidence' [2004] Crim LR 767

      2. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  See Dennis, I. ‘Reverse onuses and presumption of innocence: in search of principle’ [2005] Crim LR 901

    2. Recommended Reading: 3 items
      1. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  See Hunter, M. ‘Judicial Discretion: Section 78 in Practice’ [1994] Crim LR 558

      2. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  See Omerod, D. ‘ECHR and the Exclusion of Evidence: Trial Remedies for Article 8 Breaches’ [2003] Crim LR 61

  3. Seminar 2 – Character Evidence and Hearsay 11 items
    1. Essential Reading 6 items
      1. Coventry law journal (ejournal)

        Journal  Available via Westlaw. See Steventon, B.V. and Brown, S.J. [2008] ‘The Admissibility of Bad Character evidence’ 13 (1): 1-9 - also available via Coventry University institutional repository - see next entry.

      2. The admissibility of bad character evidence - B.V. Steventon, S.J Brown

        Article  Available via CURVE (the Institutional Repository for Coventry University)

      3. Bad News for Good Character - Matt Stanbury 16/04/2015

        Webpage  Blog Post from the Appeals Barrister - Plain English fact sheets about the criminal appeals process from barrister Matt Stanbury, info@appealsbarrister.com

      4. R v Hunter [2015] EWCA Crim 63

      5. Price v UK [2016] ECHR 15602/07

    2. Recommended Reading: 5 items
      1. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  See Munday, R., ‘What constituted “Reprehensible Behaviour” under the bad character provisions of the Criminal Justice Act 2003?’ [2005] Crim LR 24

  4. Seminar 3 – Confessions and Expert Witnesses 8 items
    1. Essential Reading: 3 items
      1. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  Birch, D. (1989) ‘The pace hots up: confessions and confusions under the 1984 Act’ Criminal Law Review Feb, 95-116

      2. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  See Dennis, I, ‘Legal advice in Police Stations: 25 years on’ [2011] Crim LR 1

      3. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  See Davies, G and Piasecki, E. ‘No More Laissez Faire? Expert Evidence, Rule Changes and Reliability’ [2016] Crim LR 328

    2. Recommended Reading 5 items
      1. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  See Choo, A. & Nash, S. ‘What’s the matter with section 78?’ [1999] Crim LR 929

      2. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  See Skinns, L. ‘The Right to legal advice in the police station; past present and future’ [2011] Crim LR 19

      3. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  See Stockdale, M. and Jackson, a. ‘Expert evidence in Criminal Proceedings: Current Challenges and Opportunities’ [2016] Crim LR 344

      4. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  See Cape, ‘Incompetent Police Station Advice and the Exclusion of Evidence’ [2002] Crim LR 471

  5. Seminar 4 – Competence, Compellability, Special Measures and Examination-in-Chief 7 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  See Wurtzel, D. (2014) ‘The youngest witness in a murder trial: making it possible for very young chidren to give evidence’ Criminal Law Review, 12, 893-901

      2. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  See Birch, D. (1989) ‘The pace hots up: confessions and confusions under the 1984 Act’ Criminal Law Review Feb, 95-116

    2. Suggested further reading: 4 items
      1. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  Fairclough, S. 'Speaking up for Injustice: Reconsidering the provision of special measures through the lens of equality' [2018] Crim LR 4-19

      2. Taking trauma seriously - Louise Ellison, Vanessa E Munro 07/2017

        Article 

  6. Seminar 5 – Cross-Examination, Identification and Corroboration 3 items
    1. Essential Reading 2 items
      1. R v Evans [2016] EWCA Crim 452 

      2. The criminal law review 1954-

        Journal  See Stone, M. ‘Instant Lie Detection? Demeanour and credibility in criminal trials’ [1991] Criminal Law Review Nov. 821-830

    2. Further Reading: 1 item
  7. Useful Other Sources and Textbooks 10 items
    1. The criminal process - Ashworth, Andrew, Redmayne, Mike 2010

      Book 

    2. Evidence - Andrew L.-T. Choo 01/04/2018

      Book 

    3. Evidence: text & materials - Gregory Durston c2011

      Book 

    4. Evidence - R. J. C. Munday 2017

      Book 

    5. Murphy on Evidence - Richard Glover 25/05/2017

      Book 

    6. Criminal evidence - Roberts, Paul, Zuckerman, A. A. S. 2010

      Book 

    7. Cross and Tapper on evidence - Tapper, Colin, Cross, Rupert 2010

      Book