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International Commentary on Evidence
Editor-in-Chief: Singh, Charanjit
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SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) 2015: 0.105
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- Redefining Relevancy and Exclusionary Discretion in Sir James Fitzjames Stephen’s Indian Evidence Act of 1872: The Singapore Experiment and Lessons for Other Indian Evidence Act Jurisdictions by Chen, Siyuan
- Scientific Evidence in Europe -- Admissibility, Evaluation and Equality of Arms by Champod, Christophe and Vuille, Joëlle
- Comparative Observations on the Burden of Proof for Criminal Defences by Ho, Hock Lai
- The Narrative Fallacy by Menashe, Doron and Shamash, Mutal E
- An Evidence Code for Eritrea: Towards More Predictable Trials and Fairer Judgments by Andemariam, Senai W.
- The Muddle of Silence by Schwikkard, Pamela J
- Eyewitness Identification Evidence: Procedural Developments and the Ends of Adjudicative Accuracy by Roberts, Andrew
- The Narrative Fallacy, the Relative Plausibility Theory, and a Theory of the Trial by Allen, Ronald J.
- Litigating Sex Crimes in the United States: Has the Last Decade Made Any Difference? by Raeder, Myrna S.
- The Fourth Amendment's Exclusionary Rule: Blurring the Line Between Rule and Exception by Heffernan, Liz
- Experts on Eyewitness Identification: I Just Don't See It by Stuesser, Lee
- Current Issues in Evidence and Procedure - Comparative Comments from a Continental Perspective by Nijboer, Johannes F.
- From Liberal Extremity to Safe Mainstream? The Comparative Controversies of Witness Preparation in the United States by Vasiliev, Sergey V.
- Paradoxical Validity Determinations: A Decade of Antithetical Approaches to Admissibility of Expert Evidence by Beecher-Monas, Erica
- Boxes in Boxes: Julian Barnes, Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes and the Edalji Case by Risinger, D. Michael
- Re-Thinking the Criminal Standard of Proof: Seeking Consensus about the Utilities of Trial Outcomes by Laudan, Larry and Saunders, Harry D.
- Jury Nullification Instructions as Amplifiers of Bias by Kerr, Norbert L/ Boster, Franklin J/ Callen, Craig R./ Braz, Mary E./ O'Brien, Barbara and Horowitz, Irwin
- Tyres with a 'Y' : An English Perspective on Kuhmo Tire and its Implications for the Admissibility of Expert Evidence by Roberts, Paul
- Arthur and Oscar (and Sherlock): The Reconstructive Trial and the 'Hermeneutics of Suspicion' by Farmer, Lindsay
- Misleading DNA Evidence: Reasons for Miscarriages of Justice by Gill, Peter
Volume 1, Issue 1 (Aug 1998)
Volume 8 (2010)
Volume 3 (2005)
- Evidential Rules for Criminal Trials: Who Should be in Charge?
- Fact Determination: Common Sense Knowledge, Judicial Notice, and Social Science Evidence
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- Comment on: Adams and the Person in the Locked Room
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