Evidence and Proof
New York University Press (1992)
|Abstract||This volume brings together leading theoretical writings on legal fact-finding which are dispersed and not readily accessible.|
|Keywords||Evidence (Law Burden of proof|
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|Call number||K2261.Z9.E92 1992|
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