The Principles of Judicial Proof: As Given by Logic, Psychology, and General Experience, and Illustrated in Judicial Trials, 1. kötet

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John Henry Wigmore
Little, Brown,, 1913 - 1179 oldal

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East St Louis v Wiggins Ferry Co
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Golden Reward Mining Co v Buxton Mining Co
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Chicago C St Louis R Co v Dixon
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Food Adulteration Tests
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Poison Tests
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EVIDENCE TO PROVE IDENTITY 14 John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
63
G F Arnold Psychology applied to Legal Evidence
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Robert Hawkins Case
68
Durrants Case
69
Hillmon v Insurance
70
Tourtelotte v Brown
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The Cranberry Cask Case
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Webbers Case
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The Sheffield Case
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The Obstinate Jurymans Case
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The Yarmouth Murder
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Joseph Lesurques Case
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Karl Franz Case
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Fingerprint Identification
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Chicago Alton R Co v Crowder
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Toledo St Louis K C R Co v Clark 164 166 166 167 168 170 173 173 176
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People v Jennings
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James Sully The Human Mind
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Hans Gross Criminal Psychology
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G F Arnold Psychology applied to Legal Evidence
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Alexander M Burrill Circumstantial Evidence
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United States v Roudenbush
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EVIDENCE TO PROVE A HUMAN TRAIT QUALITY OR CONDITION 27 John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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A G W Carter The Old Court House
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EVIDENCE TO PROVE MORAL CHARACTER 28 John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Walter Sheridans Case
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The Postmans Case
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EVIDENCE TO PROVE MOTIVE 29 John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Eugene Arams Case
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EVIDENCE TO PROVE KNOWLEDGE BELIEF OR CONSCIOUSNESS 30 John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Case of B
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Eugene Arams Case
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The Perreaus Case
99
Mary Blandys Case
101
David Downies Case
104
Lord Cochranes Case
106
Forbes v Morse
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William Barnards Case
110
EVIDENCE TO PROVE PLAN DESIGN INTENTION 39 John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Alexander M Burrill Circumstantial Evidence
121
The Case of the Dryad
122
The Chicago Anarchists Case
123
Madame Lefarges Case
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EVIDENCE TO PROVE INTENT 46 John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
131
Hodges and Probins Case
135
Captain Kidds Case
136
Bradford v Boylston F and M Insurance Co
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List Publishing Co v Keller
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EVIDENCE TO PROVE THE DOING OF A HUMAN ACT 53 John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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CONCOMITANT CIRCUMSTANCES 55 John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Time and Place 56 Alexander M Burrill Circumstantial Evidence
148
Jonathan Bradfords Case
152
William Shaws Case
153
Downings Case
155
Lookers Case
156
Alexander M Burrill Circumstantial Evidence
159
Abraham Thorntons Case
160
Frank Robinsons Case
162
The Popish Plot
163
Edward Westermarck Origin and Growth of Moral Ideas
164
United States v Lee Huen
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G F Arnold Psychology applied to Legal Evidence
203
Hans Gross Criminal Psychology
204
Francis L Wellman The Art of CrossExamination
205
Richard Whately Elements of Rhetoric
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Robert Hawkins Case
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Mary Blandys Trial
208
Charles C Moore A Treatise on Facts
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Emotion Motive 101 James Sully The Human Mind
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Amos C Miller Examination of Witnesses
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Richard Harris Hints on Advocacy
212
G F Arnold Psychology applied to Legal Evidence
213
N W Sibley Criminal Appeal and Evidence
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John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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A C Plowden The Autobiography of a Police Magistrate
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Alexander M Burrill Circumstantial Evidence 105 H L Adam The Story of Crime
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Arthur C Train Why do Men Kill?
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George Wachs Case
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George Manners Case
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Thomas Pattesons Case
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The Gloucester ChildMurder
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The Kent Case
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Stevenson v Stewart
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Commonwealth v Jeffries
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Bradbury v Dwight
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Marcy v Barnes
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Plan Design Intention 121 John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Richard Goulds Case
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Jonathan Bradfords Case
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Regina v Cleary
251
Madeleine Smiths Case
254
OBannon v Vigus
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Hans Gross Criminal Psychology
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John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Hetherington v Kemp
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American Express Co v Haggard
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Denver Rio Grande R Co v Glasscott
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RETROSPECTANT CIRCUMSTANCES 138 John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Alexander M Burrill Circumstantial Evidence
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The Bakers Case
271
The Case of the Sailmakers Apprentice
272
John Jennings Case
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Courvoisiers Case
275
Starne Coal Co v Ryan
277
Moudy v Snider
279
Alexander M Burrill Circumstantial Evidence
283
The Escaped Convicts Case
286
Mullins Case
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The Uncles Case
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Robert Hawkins Case
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Donellans Case
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Robert Woods Case
293
THE DATUM SOLVENDUM 156 John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Alexander M Burrill Circumstantial Evidence
297
Hans Gross Criminal Investigation
300
Christopher Rupprechts Case
302
John Paul Forsters Case
304
Newtons Case
306
Abraham Thorntons Case
309
G Stanley Hall Childrens Lies
337
Arthur C Train The Prisoner at the
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PERCEPTION OBSERVATION KNOWLEDGE 234 John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Hans Gross Criminal Psychology 236 G F Arnold Psychology applied to Legal Evidence 237 Wm C Robinson Forensic Oratory 238 Arthur C Train...
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Hans Gross Criminal Psychology 240 G F Arnold Psychology applied to Legal Evidence 241 F W Colegrove Memory 242 Wm C Robinson Forens...
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Language and Demeanor as a Means of Expression 245 William James The Principles of Psychology
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Wm D Whitney Oriental and Linguistic Studies
487
Wm C Robinson Forensic Oratory
489
Hans Gross Criminal Psychology
490
Arthur C Train The Prisoner at the Bar
491
G L Duprat The Lie
493
A C Plowden Autobiography of a Police Magistrate
496
Amos C Miller Examination of Witnesses
497
Bardell v Pickwick
502
John C Reed Conduct of Lawsuits
503
Amos C Miller The Examination of Witnesses
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Guy M Whipple Manual of Mental and Physical Tests
506
James Ram Facts as Subjects of Inquiry by a Jury
508
Charles C Moore A Treatise on Facts
510
John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Pat Hogans Case
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Charles C Moore A Treatise on Facts
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John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Charles C Moore A Treatise on Facts
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John C Reed Conduct of Lawsuits
518
Arthur C Train The Prisoner at the Bar
519
The Hospital Case
520
Puyenbroecks Case
521
G F Arnold Psychology applied to Legal Evidence
524
Narration as affected by Typical Temperaments 275 Wm C Robinson Forensic Oratory
526
Richard Harris Hints on Advocacy
530
Confessions of Guilt 277 Hans Gross Criminal Psychology
537
Daniel Webster in Commonwealth v Knapp
539
Honoré de Balzac Lucien de Rubempré
541
Allan Pinkerton Bank Robbers and Detectives
547
International Association of Chiefs of Police Proceedings
550
Arthur C Train Courts Criminals and the Camorra
554
W M Best A Treatise on Evidence
555
The Hermione Case
558
The Gloucester Childmurder
559
Mrs Morris Case
564
Hugo Münsterberg On the Witness Stand
568
John H Wigmore The Psychology of Testimony
571
EXTENT OF LATENT ERROR IN THE NORMAL TESTIMONIAL PROCESS 290 Guy M Whipple Manual of Mental and Physical Tests
575
Kansas University Experiment
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Northwestern University Experiments
585
John H Wigmore The Psychology of Testimony
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EXTENT AND SOURCES OF ERROR AS INDI CATED BY SOME COMMON TESTIMONIAL INCIDENTS Topic 1 Defective Basis of Perception ...
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Heaths Trial
593
Cal Armstrongs Case
594
The Bottomry Bond Case
595
The Poisoned Coffee Case
596
Lady Ivys Trial
597
Captain Baillies Trial
598
James Byrnes Trial
602
Queen Carolines Trial
603
The Doctors Case
604
William Winterbothams Trial
610
Selfcontradictory Statements 314 Col Turners Trial
617
Parnells Commissions Proceedings
618
Netherclifts Case
621
Francis Willis Trial
623
Loucks v Paden
628
G F Arnold Psychology applied to Legal Evidence
631
John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Contradictory Testimony by Witnesses called on the Same Side 324 The History of Susanna
634
The Attesting Witnesses Case
635
Laurence Braddons Trial
637
John Beggs Trial
642
Richard Harris Hints on Advocacy
650
James Ram Facts as Subjects of Inquiry by a Jury
656
John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
657
Contradictory Testimony by Witnesses on Opposite Sides and Collateral Error in General 335 Robert Hawkins Trial
659
Smyth v Smyth
660
Laurence Braddons Trial
662
Netherclifts Case
663
John Hawkins Case
666
The Farm Burglary Case
667
Dr Ranneys Case
668
Parnell Commissions Proceedings
670
Lady Ivys Trial
671
The Popish Plot
674
James Byrnes Trial
687
Wm C Robinson Forensic Oratory
697
G F Arnold Psychology applied to Legal Evidence
698
John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
699
SUNDRY ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE FALLIBILITY OF TESTIMONY 356 The Disbelieved Childs Case
702
Philip Clares Case
703
Joseph Lesurques Case
704
Green McDonalds Case
708
The Perreaus Case
709
Thomas Hoags Case
714
Thomas Hoags Case another account
720
George Cants Case
721
Chicago Alton R Co v Gibbons
724
Hans Gross Criminal Investigation
726
John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
727
RELATIVE PROBATIVE VALUE OF CIRCUMSTAN TIAL AND TESTIMONIAL EVIDENCE 369 Daniel Defoe Robinson Crusoe
734
Hosea M Knowlton in Com v Borden
735
Shaw C J in Com v Webster
736
Alexander M Burrill Circumstantial Evidence
738
PROBLEMS OF PROOF IN MASSES OF MIXED EVIDENCE
744
Alexander M Burrill Circumstantial Evidence
745
John H Wigmore Principles of Judicial Proof
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Commonwealth v Umilian
761
Hatchett v Commonwealth
763
John Donellans Case
766
Lord Sackvilles Case
772
Alfred Schwitofskys Case
779
Moudy v Snider
789
Tourtelotte v Brown
807
The Durrant Case
815
The Luetgert Case
827
Karl Franz Case
840
Hillmon v Insurance Co
856
Throckmorton v Holt
897
Laurence Braddons Trial
990
Earl of Thanets Trial
1053
Knapps Trial
1080
APPENDIX
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LIST OF CASES REPRINTED
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