Sydney Law Review - Volume 33, Number 3, September 2011*
21st Century Challenges in Evidence Law
The Human Rights Act and the Law of Criminal Evidence: Ten Years On
Procedural Fairness, the Criminal Trial and Forensic Science and Medicine
Gary Edmond and Andrew Roberts
'Mere Guesswork': Cross-Lingual Voice Comparisons and the Jury
Gary Edmond, Kristy Martire and Mehera San Roque
Admissibility of Expert Evidence: Proving the Basis for an Expert’s Opinion
Splitting Hairs? Evaluating ‘Split Testimony’ as an Approach to the Problem of Forensic Expert Evidence
Simon A Cole
Can DNA Evidence Alone Convict an Accused?
A Tale of Two High Court Forensic Cases
The Objective Bayesian Conceptualisation of Proof and Reference Class Problems
Why and How to Teach Proof
Evidence from the Archive: Implementing the Court Information Act in NSW
*Guest-edited by David Hamer and Miiko Kumar.