This subject focuses upon the Evidence Act 1995 (NSW) and addresses police powers. It explores the major evidential and procedural issues involved in and underpinning the prosecution of criminal matters. This subject covers the criminal justice process from pre-trial investigation, arrest, pleadings, the trial and appeals. There is a focus on police powers and the law relating to improperly obtained evidence and perjury. The subject will equip the student with a practical and theoretical knowledge of aspects of evidence and procedure within the criminal justice system in NSW.
Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security
Not available to students who have completed JST202 Evidence and Procedure
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