Review of the Law of Evidence - South African Law Commission


Authored and Published by the South African Law Reform Commission

This Issue Paper, which reflects information gathered up to the end of January 2010, was prepared to serve as a basis for the Commission’s deliberations, to elicit comment and suggestions from relevant stakeholders and to disseminate information on the issue of the use of electronic evidence in criminal and civil proceedings to the wider public. As a result, this paper does not contain clearly defined recommendations for law reform. The view, conclusions and recommendations in this paper are accordingly not to be regarded as the Commission’s final views. The Issue Paper is published in full to provide persons and bodies wishing to comment or to make suggestions for the reform of this particular branch of the law with sufficient background information to enable them to place focused submissions before the Commission.

Source: South African Law Reform Commission

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