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    The Bar Vocational Course Full-Time 2002/2003 ________________________ EVIDENCE LG 10 ________________________ THE EVIDENCE OF CHILDREN ____________________________________________________________ _________ Bristol Institute of Legal Practice Bristol Institute of Legal Practice
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  • Child Witness Paper
    Police Research Series Paper 115 Interviewing Child Witnesses under the Memorandum of Good Practice: A research review Graham M. Davies Helen L. Westcott Police Research Series Paper 115 Interviewing Child Witnesses under the Memorandum of Good Practice: A research review Gr
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    School of Law, Justice & Community Studies HND Criminology Year 1 Psychology of Crime 2 June 2010 Child Witness and their common fears: Children will have fears of appearing in a courtroom. Seeing the accused, s
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  • Critically Discuss the Psychological Evidence That Helps to Explain the Use of Evidence Given in Court by Children Under the Age of 11, (Usually Described as ‘Child Witnesses’)
    In the past 20 years the number of psychological studies on child witnesses and the competency of them being interviewed as well as the evidence being given by them has grown from very few quality studies to several thousand. Issues such as suggestibility, the effects of individual differences and t
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  • Should Children Be Allowed to Testify in Court?
    Should Children Be Allowed To Testify In Court? Over the past ten years, more research has been done involving children's testimony than that of all the prior decades combined. Ceci & Bruck (93) have cited four reasons for this : - The opinion of psychology experts is increasingly being accepte
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  • Juvenile Court Proceedings
    . The juvenile justice system is an institution in society that is granted certain powers and responsibilities. It faces several different tasks, among the most important is maintaining order and preserving constitutional rights. The conflict arises when public expectation of order collides with the
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  • Child Abuse: Victim Rights & the Role of Legal Representative
    Essay 2 : Child Abuse : Victim rights and the role of legal representative Sexual abuse cases are incredibly sensitive subjects. The way they are handled is of paramount importance because of their complex nature. This is where the magnitude of the role of the child's representative comes into pl
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  • Strategies in the Contest Between Lawyer and Witness
    Introduction In this paper I presented the language used in courtrooms and how lawyer’s questions can influence the witness’s answer and I also presented the legal documents which begins a trial. In Chapter 1, I have discussed about the language of judges and lawyers and how English was intr
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  • Child Sexual Abuse
    CSA 1 CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE September 13, 2010
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  • Expert Witness
    Expert Witness The expert witness is expected to have many criteria making him or her eligible to give their expert advice, opinion, or findings on a subject matter of which they have specialized knowledge better than that of the average person. The expert witness also needs to be relevant in the
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  • Forensic Psychology- Child Sexual Abuse
    Child Sexual Abuse Jennifer Jennings Kaplan University CJ233 November 4, 2010 Professor Matoesian Child sexual abuse is a very serious crime that happens more than we like to admit. However it is a very hard crime to prosecute because children are usually the only witnesses to these crimes.
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  • Family Violence/Child Abuse
    Child Abuse: Final Paper Dee Lamb SOC331: Social Justice and Ethics Instructor: Karyn Goldmeier Date Submitted: 02/6/2012 "Sally washed the dishes and began to dry them. All of a sudden, she heard the door slam. Girl! W
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  • Child Abuse
    Child abuse investigation An in-depth analysis of how police officers perceive and cope with daily work challenges Rebecca Wright and Martine B. Powell School of Psychology, Deakin University, Burwood, Australia, and 498 Received November 2005 Revised December 2005 Accepted January 2006 D
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  • Child Labour
    The Client John Grisham 1 Mark was eleven and had been smoking off and on for two years, never trying to quit but being careful not to get hooked. He preferred Kools, his ex-father's brand, but his mother smoked Virginia Slims at the rate of two packs a day, and he could in an average week
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  • Children Testifying in Court and What It May Mean to Their Future
    Children Testifying In Court And What It May Mean To Their Future A child testifying in court has been a rather controversial issue these days. While there are certain factors that are taken into account when it comes to putting a child on the witness stand, the following are not all inclu
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  • Child Maltreatment
    Every person has had the opportunity to experience childhood whether it was bad or good. For some, childhood may have been awesome without any worries and then there are those whose childhood experience has been nothing but stress and family hardship in which those families ended up turning to publ
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  • Child Abuse
    Child Abuse in the Philippines: An Integrated Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography Elizabeth Protacio-Marcelino, Ph.D., Maria Teresa C. de la Cruz, Faye A. G. Balanon, Agnes Zenaida V. Camacho, Jay Yacat The efforts of the United Nations and the international community of non-governm
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  • Child Custody
    PATHFINDER on Move-Away Child Custody Cases INTRODUCTION Many parents today have separated and share some sort of custody plan with each other. What happens when one parent decides she or he wants to move out of town or even out of state? How do the courts handle these issues when parentsâ
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    The United States Supreme Court and the Public Safety Issue Livia Bodnar CJA 540/Legal Issues in Justice and Security 10/04/2010 Michele Bradford Abstract Laws concerning individual privacy and public safety tend to contradict each other more and more often. There is still a matter of whic
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  • Child Sexual Abuse
    Other Conditions: Child Sexual Abuse Child sexual abuse is the illegal use of a child under the age of seventeen by an adult or another child for the purpose of the offenders own sexual gratification. It is a problem that society has to face every day. Sexual abuse of children can be physical
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