Evidence, Process & Procedure

  • Full
  • 7th Dec 21
  • 9.30am-1pm
  • Remote Via MS Teams
    Remote via MS Teams
  • £110for members £for non-members
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Overview

Delegates will understand the fundamentals of the legal process – including sources of English and Welsh law, the need to establish facts, the burden and standard of proof, and the different types of evidence used by the courts.  They will also become aware of  the quality and primacy of these different types of evidence.

For delegates involved in criminal law practice, the trainer will explain the need and remit of criminal disclosure, the importance of continuity of evidence, and the reasons for admissibility and exclusion of evidence at trial.

 

This course will enable you to

 

  • Compare and contrast the standard of proof in criminal and civil proceedings
  • Rate evidence by type and by quality
  • Identify reasons for the exclusion of evidence at trial

 

 

Who is the Course aimed at

Anyone that needs to understand the fundamentals of the legal process – including sources of English and Welsh law, the need to establish facts, the burden and standard of proof, and the different types of evidence used by the courts.

Evidence, Process & Procedure

  • Full
  • 7th Dec 21
  • 9.30am-1pm
  • Remote Via MS Teams
    Remote via MS Teams
  • £110for members £for non-members
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