This book features a clear and concise explanation of the major doctrines in the law of evidence followed by critical commentary and case analysis, all artfully combined to take its readers on an exciting journey through the intricacies of the Act. It also provides expanded treatment on DNA Evidence. This systematically written and thoroughly researched book has not been written in an aloof, academically detached manner for the elite few. Instead, it has been cleverly crafted, in a clear and succinct manner for members of the judiciary, legal academia, the legal fraternity and the humble law student.
PART I RELEVANCY Chapter I - Preliminary Chapter II - Relevancy of facts PART II PROOF Chapter III Facts which need not be proved Chapter IV Oral evidence Chapter V Documentary evidence Chapter VI Exclusion of oral by documentary evidence PART III PRODUCTION AND EFFECT OF EVIDENCE Chapter VII Burden of proof Chapter VIII Estoppel Chapter IX Witnesses Chapter X Examination of witnesses Chapter XI Improper admission and rejection of evidence