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Origin, development, philosophy and constitutional basis of evidence

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AJS 201: Rules of Evidence

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Scott Fraser: Why Eyewitnesses Get It Wrong

Fraser, Scott. (2012, May). Why eyewitnesses get it wrong. Retrieved from TED Talks,

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