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Review of Roberts and Zuckerman's Criminal Evidence
1University of Adelaide
Citation Information: International Commentary on Evidence. Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages –, ISSN (Online) 1554-4567, DOI: 10.2202/1554-4567.1028, May 2005
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The review seeks to emphasize that the foundational principles of criminal evidence are on the one hand rectitudinal (epistemological) and on the other hand moral, and to comment that, whilst the authors have a tendency to lean towards the moral at the expense of the epistemological, the strength of the work is its positive (in contrast to normative) approach in isolating the fundamental principles which underlie the approach of English courts to matters evidential.