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Pocket Evidence Law updated.

Justice Beale has rewritten the material on s 137 of his Pocket Evidence Law, to explain that the requirement to assume credibility and reliability for the purpose of assessing probative value operates as a general rule with two exceptions – i) irrationality and ii) where the ‘circumstances surrounding the evidence’ render it ‘simply unconvincing’.

Pocket Evidence Law can be accessed on our Uniform Evidence Resources page