A Critical Commentary Covering Emerging Issues and International Developments
This section-wise commentary on the law of evidence offers a unique comparative perspective vis-à-vis the position in
other countries like the USA, UK, Australia and Canada. The author has attempted an entirely different approach to the
study of law of evidence, focusing attention on the Act’s close relationship with CrPC and CPC on the one hand and its development in other common law countries on the other hand. Critical
appraisal has been made of the judgments of the Indian Courts and of the UK and USA Courts.
The analysis that has been provided in this book is replete with illustrations, comparisons (with other countries)
and critical, original observations. The writing is lucid and the contents are structured with each chapter containing
introductory principles, statutory principles, case law and conclusive points appropriately given in bullet points for the
benefit of early entrants in the vast field of the law of evidence. The one unique selling point that makes this proposal
stand out from any other competitive title on evidence is that it is comparative in nature. This title will be of use to
practicing lawyers, Law Professors, Law Students, National & State Police Academy & Judicial Academies.
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