PDF or EPUB Improperly Obtained Evidence in Anglo–American and Continental Law ✓ Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos

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This is the irst book To Offer An Extensive offer an extensive cross cultural insight into the perennial controversy over the use of improperly obtained evidence in criminal "trials It challenges the conventional view that exclusionary rules are idiosyncratic of Anglo American law and highlights the "It challenges the conventional view that exclusionary rules are idiosyncratic of Anglo American law and highlights the and 'internationalisation' of criminal evidence and procedure as a cause of rapprochement or divergence beyond the Anglo American and Continental law divideAnalysis ocuses on confessional evidence and evidence obtained by search and. Improperly Obtained Evidence in Anglo-American and Continental LawSeizure telephone interceptions and other MEANS OF ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE THE LAWS of electronic surveillance The laws England and France Greece and the United States "are compared and contrasted throughout this study but where appropriate analysis extends to other Anglo American and Continental legal "systematically compared and contrasted throughout this study but where appropriate analysis extends to other Anglo American and Continental legal The book reviews exclusionary rules vis à vis the operation of judicial discretion and explores the normative justifications that underpin them It attempts to reinvigorate the idea of excluding evidence to protect constitutional or human rights the righ.