Evidence Act 1950 (Act 56) & Evidence of Child Witness Act 2007 [As at 1st August 2023] - 9789678930079 - ILBS

Evidence Act 1950 (Act 56) & Evidence of Child Witness Act 2007 [As at 1st August 2023] - 9789678930079 - ILBS

ISBN: 9789678930079
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[REVISED] Evidence Act 1950 (Act 56) & Evidence of Child Witness Act 2007 (Act 676) [As At 1st August 2023] An Act to define the law of evidence. Detailed [REVISED] Evidence Act 1950 (Act 56) & Evidence of Child Witness Act 2007 (Act 676) [As At 1st August 2023] : The principal piece of legislation in Malaysia that controls the use of evidence in both civil and criminal proceedings is the Evidence Act 1950 (Act 56). The Act outlines general guidelines for what types of evidence, such as witness testimony, papers, tangible evidence, and hearsay, are admissible. The Act specifies the requirements for admissibility of evidence in court as well as the weight that may be accorded to it. Additionally, it outlines the procedures for witness examination, the burden of proof, and the standards of proof needed in both civil and criminal proceedings. The Evidence of Child Witness Act 2007 (Act 676) is a specific piece of legislation that specifies how young witnesses will be questioned in court. The Act is applicable to minor witnesses who must testify in court during criminal proceedings and are under the age of 18. Through additional measures to support children in testifying, the Act aims to shield young witnesses from harm and intimidation. These precautions include the appointment of an intermediary to assist the kid in communicating with the court and the use of closed-circuit television to enable the child witness to give testimony from a separate room. [REVISED] Evidence Act 1950 (Act 56) & Evidence of Child Witness Act 2007 (Act 676) [As At 1st August 2023] Contains: Evidence Act 1950 (Act 56) Evidence of Child Witness Act 2007 (Act 676)

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