4 edition of An essay on the principles of circumstantial evidence found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by William Wills|
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|Pagination||283 p. ;|
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Circumstantial Evidence Circumstantial evidence is evidence of circumstances which can be relied upon not as proving a fact directly but instead as pointing to its existence. It differs from direct evidence, which tends to prove a fact directly: typically, when the witness testifies about something which that witness personally saw, or :// /pdf_file/// The distinction between direct and circumstantial evidence does not relate to the nature or content of the evidence given (e.g. whether it is evidence of an event the witness personally saw, rather than evidence of an event they were told about), but to the way in which the evidence is to be used. If it is necessary for the jury to infer a
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An essay on the principles of circumstantial evidence: illustrated by numerous cases / by the late William Wills ; edited by his son, Sir Alfred Wills.
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D. Tuzin, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, The debate generated by Arens's book comes down to whether or not one is prepared to accept eyewitness accounts from missionaries, administrators, and adventurers, or the circumstantial evidences of ethnography or ethnohistory.
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An essay on the principles of circumstantial evidence: illustrated by numerous cases / (Boston, Mass.: Boston Book Co., ), by William Wills, Arthur L. Corbin, George E. Beers, and Alfred Wills (page images at HathiTrust)?type=lcsubc&key=Evidence.Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http General Principles See also: Inferences.
Circumstantial evidence refers to any evidence from which one or more inferences are to be drawn to establish material facts. While there is no burden to prove every piece of evidence on a standard of beyond a reasonable doubt, in order to convict on a circumstantial case, a judge must be satisfied