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Much labour lias been bestowed upon the present edition by the American Edi- tor, and very numerous references to our own Cases have been added; the main design of the editor having been however not that of critical annotation, but of furnishing an index, digested under Mr.
Matter of confidence ------ il: Cross-examination --.... - - 199 Cross-examination as to writings - - - - - ib. 2O8 Recalling witness - - - - - -211 Credit of witness, how impeached - - - - ib. of the w^itness - - - 212 Inquiry previous to contradiction - - - - -213 Evidence in contradiction - - - - -214 A party not allowed to discredit his own witness - - - 215 A party when allowed to contradict his own witness - - 216 Evidence in confirmation of witness - - - - 221 On appeal ------- 222 Proof of PUBLIC DOCUMENTS in general ....
Cross-examination as to collateral facts - - - - 189 How far the witness is bound to answer - - - - 190 Cross-examination in order to discredit a witness - - - 192 Whether a witness must answer a question tending to disgrace him 193 Question to be put to warrant evidence in contradiction - - 198 Effect of answer on cross-examination - .
17J His belief ------- ib Questions of skill - ' - - - - .
i7« Witness may refresh his memory - - - - - ib Examination as to hearsay - - - - - 18!
Collateral facts and circumstances - - - - 65 Possession, ancient instruments - - - - - 67 Declarations admissible as explanatory evidence - - - 69 On questions of skill • - - - - - - ib. Nature of the crime ------ 96 Proof of the conviction ------ ib.
Declarations when part of the res gestcs, how proved - - 64 A recital may be evidence for some purposes although not for others ib. Examination as to religious belief - - - - 93 Infant - - 94 Incompetency from turpitude' - - - - - ib.
Objection to competency ------ 92 Time of objecting ------ ib.
Witness, obligation of to be sworn, and give evidence - - 91 Protection of witness ------ ib. Neutral witness - - - - - - -130 Admission ex necessitate - - - - - -132 Agent .----.
Issues in fact result from pleadings, and are triable by jury - 3, 4 Observations on the origin and functions of the jury . Principles which regulate the admission of immediate testimony - 16 Oath ........ Tests of truth; disqualification from turpitude - - - ib.
2 The necessity for rules of investigation to effectuate such provi- sions --.--.-- ib. These are subject to artificial rules, which either restrain natural evidence, or create some artificial effect - - - 11, 12 SOURCEIS OF EVIDENCE - - .-- - -12 Principles of exc/Mt Zm^ rules - - - - - 13 Evidence distinguishable as direct and indirect - - - 15 Direct distinguishable as immediate and mediate - - - ib.
Oit AL EVIDENCE, its natural priority - - - - 77 Of Witnesses _.--..Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating