Children as Witnesses
Helen R. Dent, Rhona Flin
Wiley, Jul 14, 1992 - Psychology - 274 pages
An international panel of distinguished experts present the latest and most useful developments in child witness research and practice that are designed to address actual problems arising from the operation of the current legal system. All the contributors bring a clear applied focus to their respective chapters. The relevent legal context is provided by specialists who have written accessible summaries of the legal status of children's evidence in the countries represented including the U.S., Canada, Germany and the U.K.
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