Exclusionary Rules in Comparative Law

Exclusionary Rules in Comparative Law

by Stephen C. Thaman (Editor)

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ISBN-13: 9789400798496
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 01/28/2015
Series: Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice , #20
Edition description: 2013
Pages: 456
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction; Stephen C. Thaman.- Part One: The Vicissitudes of Court-Made Exclusionary Tests: Section One: Common Law Jurisdictions.- Chapter 1: The United States: The Rise and Fall of the Constitutional Exclusionary Rule; Mark E. Cammack.- Chapter 2: Ireland: A Move to Categorical Exclusion?; Arnaud Cras and Yvonne Daly.- Chapter 3: Scotland: A Plea for Consistency; Fiona Leverick and Findlay Stark.- Chapter 4: Israel: The Supreme Court’s New, Cautious Exclusionary Rule; Yuval Merin and Rinat Kitai-Sangero.- Part One: The Vicissitudes of Court-Made Exclusionary Tests:Section Two: Civil Law Balancing.- Chapter 5: Germany: Balancing Truth against Protected Constitutional Interests; Sabine Gless.- Part Two: From Nullities to Statutory Exclusionary Rules in Continental Europe: Section One: The Traditional Approach Based on Statutory Nullities.- Chapter 6: France: Procedural Nullities and Exclusion; Jean Pradel.- Part Two: From Nullities to Statutory Exclusionary Rules in Continental Europe: Section Two: From Nullities to Balancing.- Chapter 7: Belgium: From Categorical Nullities to a Judicially Created Balancing Test; Marie-Aude Beernaert and Philip Traest.- Chapter 8: The Netherlands: Statutory Balancing and a Choice of Remedies: Matthias Borgers and Lonneke Stevens.- Part Two: From Nullities to Statutory Exclusionary Rules in Continental Europe: Section Three: From Nullities to Statutory Exclusionary Rules.- Chapter 9: Spain: The Constitutional Court’s Move From Categorical Exclusion to Limited Balancing; Lorena Bachmaier Winter.- Chapter 10: Italy: Statutory Nullities and Non-Usability; Giulio Illuminati.- Chapter 11: Greece: From Nullities to Categorical Statutory and Constitutional Exclusionary Rules; George Triantafyllou.- Chapter 12: Turkey: The Move to Categorical Exclusion of Illegally Gathered Evidence; Adem Sözüer.- Chapter 13: Serbia: Courts Struggle With a New Categorical Statutory Exclusionary Rule; Snežana Brkić.- Part Three: The Fair Trial Test for Exclusion.- Chapter 14: England and Wales: Fair Trial Analysis and the Presumed Admissibility of Physical Evidence; Andrew L-T Choo.- Chapter 15: Taiwan: The Codification of a Judicially-Made Discretionary Exclusionary Rule; Jaw-perng Wang.- Chapter 16: The European Court of Human Rights: The Fair Trial Analysis under Article 6 of the European Convention of Human Rights; Pinar Ölcer.- Part Four: A Comparison of Exclusionary Jurisprudence.- Chapter 17: Balancing Truth Against Human Rights: A Comparative Analysis of the Use of Illegally Gathered Evidence in the Criminal Trial; Stephen C. Thaman.-About the contributors.- index.

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