By Terence Anderson, David Schum, William Twining
This broadly revised moment variation covers the fundamental options and ideas underlying the good judgment of evidence; the makes use of and risks of story-telling; percentages and evidence; the chart technique and different equipment of studying and ordering proof. they're used in fact-investigation, getting ready for trial, and in reference to different vital judgements in felony methods and felony research and intelligence research. many of the chapters within the re-creation were rewritten; the therapy of truth research, chances and narrative has been prolonged; and new examples and routines were extra.
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The newcomer bought one of the houses on the edge of the cricket ground. No doubt the open space was a selling point. Now he complains that, when a batsman hits a six, the ball has been known to land in his garden or on or near his house. His wife has got so upset about it that they always go out at weekends. They do not go into the garden when cricket is being played. They say that this is intolerable. So they asked the judge to stop the cricket being played. And the judge, much against his will, has felt that he must order the cricket to be stopped; with the consequences, I suppose, that the Lintz Cricket Club will disappear.
How did the Court conclude that $28 was a price so low as to excite suspicion that the sets were stolen? b Did the fact that the Memorex tapes Huddleston sold in April and the fact that the Amana appliances he offered for sale in May were stolen support an inference that the TV sets he stole in February were also stolen goods? If so, explain how. c For every step in an inferential argument, there must be a generalization that makes the step logical. What generalizations would justify the italicized portion of the Court’s statement?
2 The government based its theory of relevance upon a generalization, which, according to the Supreme Court, was: . . the televisions were stolen, and proof that petitioner [Huddleston] had engaged in a series of sales of stolen merchandise from the same suspicious source would be strong evidence that he was aware that each of these items, including the Memorex tapes, was stolen. (Id. at 686) a Do you ﬁnd the generalization urged by the government persuasive? Are there any ﬂaws that should be corrected?
Analysis of Evidence (2nd Edition) (Law in Context) by Terence Anderson, David Schum, William Twining