Hearsay and Confrontation in Criminal Trials

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ANDREWS J. A., "'The Shackles of Rigidity and Formalism'" ( 1964) 27 Modern Law Review606.

ARENSON K. J., "'Unravelling the Hearsay Riddle: A Novel Approach'" ( 1994) 16 Sydney Law Review342.

ARONSON M., "'Goodbye Hearsay: Hello Relevance--Subjective Statements under Section 48 of the New South Wales Evidence Bill 1991'" ( 1991) 65 Australian Law Journal596.

ASHWORTH A., "'Reforming the Hearsay Rule'" [ 1995] Criminal Law Review681.

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BAKER W. H, "'The Right to Confrontation, the Hearsay Rules, and Due Process--A Proposal for Determining when Hearsay May be Used in Criminal Trials'" ( 1974) 6 Connecticut Law Review529.

BAUGHAN N. H., "'White v. Illinois: The Confrontation Clause and the Supreme Court's Preference for out-of-Court Statements'" ( 1993) 46 Vanderbilt Law Review235.

BEAVER J. E., "'The Residual Hearsay Exception Reconsidered'" ( 1993) 20 Florida State University Law Review787.

BENNETT P. W., "'After White v. Illinois: Fundamental Guarantees to a Hollow Right to Confront Witnesses'" ( 1993) 40 Wayne Law Review159.

BERGER M. A., "'The Deconstitutionalization of the Confrontation Clause: A Proposal for a Prosecutorial Restraint Model'" ( 1992) 76 Minnesota Law Review 557.

BERGMAN P., "'Ambiguity: The Hidden Hearsay Danger Almost Nobody Talks about'" ( 1987) 75 Kentucky Law Journal841.

BIRCH D. J., "'Hearsay-Logic and Hearsay-Fiddles: Blastland Revisited'", in P. Smith (ed.), Criminal Law: Essays in Honour of J. C. Smith ( London: Butterworths, 1987).

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • General Editor's Introduction v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Table of Cases xi
  • Table of Statutory Material xxii
  • 1 - The Rule Against Hearsay in Criminal Trials 1
  • 2 - The Rationales for the Rule 11
  • Conclusion 42
  • 3 - The Hearsay Rule in Operation (and Inoperation) 44
  • Conclusion 73
  • 4 - Implied Assertions 74
  • Conclusion 100
  • 5 - Common Law Exceptions to the Hearsay Rule 102
  • Conclusion 141
  • 6 - Statutory Exceptions to the Hearsay Rule 143
  • 7 - Reform Options 163
  • 8 - Conclusion 192
  • Appendix A: United States Federal Rules of Evidence 201
  • Appendix B: Evidence Act 1995 (Commonwealth of Australia) 207
  • Appendix C: Law Commission Consultation Paper--Suggestions for Reform 214
  • Bibliography 217
  • Index 231
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