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Criminal Law – Admissibility of photographs

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Court of Appeal: R v Doherty [2016] EWCA Crim 246

Court of Appeal: The Admissibility of Identification Evidence Made on the Basis of Recognition from Photographs Taken at a Crime Scene R v Doherty [2016] EWCA Crim 246   Journal of Criminal Law/2016, Volume 80/Issue 4, August/Case Notes/Court of Appeal: The Admissibility of Identification Evidence Made on the Basis of Recognition from Photographs Taken at a Crime Scene R v Doherty [2016] EWCA Crim 246 - JCL 80 (234) Journal of Criminal Law  JCL 80 (234)  1 August 2016 Court of Appeal: The Admissibility of Identification Evidence Made on the Basis of Recognition from Photographs Taken at a Crime Scene R v Doherty [2016] EWCA Crim 246 Adam...

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Photographs, Video Recordings and Films

Blackstone's Criminal Practice 2017/Part F Evidence/Section F8 Documentary Evidence and Real Evidence/Real Evidence/Photographs, Video Recordings and Films Photographs, Video Recordings and Films   F8.58   A photograph may be admitted in evidence to enable a witness to identify a person or thing. In Tolson (1864) 4 F & F 103, a case of bigamy, a photograph was produced, which was admitted to be a photograph of the first husband, and a witness was allowed to testify that he had seen the man in the photograph alive after the date of the allegedly bigamous marriage. A photograph (or film) the relevance of which can be established by...

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Photograph and Video Evidence in Court

Criminal Law and Justice Weekly (formerly Justice of the Peace)/2002/Issue 25, June/Articles/Photograph and Video Evidence in Court - (2002) 166 JPN 488   Justice of the Peace Since 1837 The Journal Dedicated to Magisterial and Local Government Law (2002) 166 JPN 488  22 June 2002   Photograph and Video Evidence in Court This Week Article Alec Samuels © Reed Elsevier (UK) Ltd 2002   The photograph and the video represent powerful visual evidence. Visual evidence is generally more compelling than any other form of evidence. The photograph and the video is frequently proffered or given in evidence. However, there can be technical and legal problems.   Proof of Accuracy   The normal way to prove the authenticity...

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