Cross On Evidence Australian Edition

Authoritative commentary on evidence law in Australia written by John Dyson Heydon AC, a former Judge of the High Court of Australia. Cross on Evidence expounds the civil and criminal law of evidence in all Australian jurisdictions and provides a clear explanation of the general principles. It is an indispensable tool for courts and barristers across Australia. Includes the full text of the Evidence Acts and related legislation.

General Information
AuthorHeydon, J D
Subject AreaEvidence
Updates2 looseleaf volumes; approx 10 updates per year; charged per issue.
Charging MethodPer Issue
Publication Year 2002
UpdatesOnline; Updated as developments require
Charging MethodAnnual
LexisNexis Red
Charging MethodAnnual
FormatiPad and Windows PC
  • Facts which Need not be Proved by Evidence
  • Estoppels
  • Burden of Proof and Presumptions
  • Degrees of Proof
  • Functions of Judge and Jury
  • Competence and Compellability of Witnesses
  • Corroboration
  • Course of Evidence
  • Character and Credibility
  • Similar Fact Evidence
  • Evidence by Accused Persons
  • Privilege
  • Public Interest
  • Opinion
  • Rule against Hearsay
  • Rule against Hearsay: Exceptions at Common Law
  • Rule against Hearsay: Statutory Exceptions
  • Doctrine of Res Gestae
  • Documentary Evidence
  • Proof of Frequently Recurring Matters
  • Commonwealth Legislation
  • New South Wales Legislation
  • Victorian Legislation
  • Queensland Legislation
  • Western Australian Legislation
  • South Australian Legislation
  • Tasmanian Legislation
  • Northern Territory Legislation
  • Australian Capital Territory Legislation

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