In domestic legal discourse, the law of evidence is sometimes distinguished from criminal procedure in general. The former includes evidentiary matters such as admissibility and examination while the latter covers issues such as the collection of evidence and disclosure.1 The scope of this chapter includes both categories of issues. This chapter provides an overview of general concepts governing the admission and exclusion of evidence, including relevance, probative value, reliability, illegality under domestic law, admission of evidence obtained in a manner...
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