Journals Higher Education

£63.00

Paperback

Published: 26 October 2006

498 Pages

246x171mm

ISBN: 9780199278091


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Witness Testimony

Psychological, Investigative and Evidential Perspectives

Edited by Anthony Heaton-Armstrong, Eric Shepherd, Gisli Gudjonsson, and David Wolchover

  • Provides comprehensive coverage of the complex and controversial topic of witness testimony across the complete spectrum of practitioner involvement in the criminal justice process
  • Written by a large author team comprised of many of the leading names in criminal evidence law and forensic psychology including; Lord Bingham of Cornhill; Dr Eric Shepherd; and Professor Elizabeth Loftus
  • Logically divided into three parts, looking in turn at each of the three inter-related perspectives upon a witness' account; psychological, investigative, and evidential
  • Written in a clear and accessible style
  • Builds on the content and structure of its ground-breaking predecessor Analysing Witness Testimony: A Guide for Legal Practitioners and Other Professionals (Blackstone Press, March 1999)
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