|TABLE OF CASESxi|
|TABLE OF STATUTORY MATERIALxxii|
|1. The Rule against Hearsay in Criminal Trials1|
|2. The Rationales for the Rule11|
|3. The Hearsay Rule in Operation (and Inoperation) 44|
|4. Implied Assertions74|
|5. Common Law Exceptions to the Hearsay Rule102|
|6. Statutory Exceptions to the Hearsay Rule143|
|7. Reform Options163|
|Appendix A: US Federal Rules of Evidence201|
|Appendix B: Evidence Act 1995 (Commonwealth of Australia) 207|
|Appendix C: Law Commission Consultation Paper--Suggestions for Reform214|
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Publication information: Book title: Hearsay and Confrontation in Criminal Trials. Contributors: Andrew L.-T. Choo - Author. Publisher: Oxford University. Place of publication: Oxford. Publication year: 1996. Page number: ix.
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