Digital copy of a Jersey Law Commission Report on Corroboration of Evidence in Criminal Trials. To be laid before the Head of the Legislation Advisory Panel pursuant to the Proposition to establish the Commission approved by the States on 30 July 1996.
|Date||1 May 2009 - 31 May 2009|
|Scope and Content||Names Commissioners of the Jersey Law Commission: David Lyons (Chairman), Advocate Alan Binnington, Clive Chaplin (Solicitor), Advocate Kerry Lawrence, Advocate John Kelleher and Peter Hargreaves. Paper includes sections titled: background, conclusion, Appendix A, and Appendix B. Lists commentators on the Consultation Paper, including Bailiff of Jersey Sir Philip Bailhache, Deputy Bailiff Michael Birt, Attorney General W J Bailhache, Acting Chief Officer of States of Jersey Police David Warcup, Assistant Magistrate B [Bridget] Shaw, Deputy R [Roy] Le Herissier.|
Kinnard, Wendy, Senator
Le Hérissier, Roy
Court of Appeal
Jersey Law Commission
State of Victoria Law Commission
States of Jersey
States of Jersey Police
|Keywords||appendices | Chief Minister | Children | commissioners | commissions | consultations | Correspondence | corroboration | documents | evidence | Guidance | IJCI | laws | ministers | papers | Politicians | reports | sexual offences | witnesses|
|Places||Australia, Canada, New South Wales, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Victoria, Whiteley Chambers, Don Street|
|Dimensions||1 pdf file|
|Level of description||File|
|Access restrictions||PDF file - please click on the link to download|
ZC/D/AW4 Independent Jersey Care Inquiry - Phase 2. Evidence relating to policing, investigations of abuse, and decisions on prosecution. Contains evidence from States of Jersey Police, the Honorary Police, politicians, civil servants, and the Law Officers’ Department. Includes Witness Statements given to the Inquiry and the States of Jersey Police, and supporting evidence in the form of Witness Documents.
ZC/D/AW4/A Phase 2 - Witness Documents. Evidence relating to policing, investigations of abuse, and decisions on prosecution. Contains evidence from States of Jersey Police, the Honorary Police, politicians, civil servants, and the Law Officers’ Department.