Managing Complex Criminal Trials: Reform of the Rules of Evidence and Procedure
Australian Institute of Judicial Administration, Jan 1, 1992 - Criminal procedure - 115 pages
"This report is confined to an examination of options for reforming those rules of evidence and procedure most relevant to the management of complex criminal trials" -- Introduction p 2.
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