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Criminal evidence issues

Author: ZuoHong
Tutor: SunLi
School: University of Foreign Trade and Economic
Course: Legal
Keywords: Criminal Evidence The relative subjectivity of the Criminal Evidence The objective true and legal truth Prove the main responsibility and the burden of proof Since to prove he proved Obligation to give evidence and the burden of persuasion
CLC: D925.2
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2002
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