The first edition of evidence and the adversarial process was published in 1992 since then the law of evidence has undergone many significant changes for example to the right to silence the rules on disclosure corroboration and the treatment of child witnesses. In a judicial system the rules of evidence are necessary to ensure a fair trial in this lesson we will look at the differences between the rules for evidence collection and admission in the . 5 it uses a tedious process it is also said that the adversarial form of legal system is slow and cumbersome where the judge who acts as a neutral fact finder could only do little to hasten the trial process not to mention that the evidentiary and procedural rules can slow down the process further. This text aims to reflect the latest research and opinion on evidence and the adversarial process and shows how the english system is gradually moving closer to continental practice it questions whether the adversarial method is the best way of discovering the truth
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