The Judicial College of Victoria- a useful resource August 9, 2020. The Judicial College of Victoria has analysed successful criminal appeals in Victoria in 2019â20. The Judicial College of Victoria puts all its guidance to judges online for public consumption. The Judicial College of Victoria is an independent statutory authority providing education programs & resources for Victoria's judicial officers. It has to be remembered that we are not here concerned with the law in England & Wales, however the principles involved are pretty universal. Judicial College of Victoria 2 of 42 Emerging Issues in Expert Evidence Workshop Melbourne, 2 October 2009 âTruthâ is the 21st century imperative of the justice system.3 If the role of experts in courts is not properly managed, confidence in the legal system is undermined and (whether actual or Uniform Evidence Manual (Judicial College of Victoria) Open Courts Bench Book (Judicial College of Victoria) Understanding the Uniform Evidence Acts. Uniform Evidence Manual (Judicial College of Victoria) Judicial College of Victoria - Manuals and Bench Books . There are two kinds of evidence. 17.08.2010. We provide online and in-person courses, certifications, news and resources to judges across the country. Witness Protection Act 1991 (Vic) Read more about Witness Protection Act 1991 (Vic) Jury Directions Act 2015 (Vic) Read more about Jury Directions Act 2015 (Vic) 3. Evidence law resources include the 'Uniform Evidence Manual' and resources from the Australian, New South Wales & Victorian Law Reform Commissions & â¦ Here is a suggested revision, made with the lawyerly help of Matthew Weatherson of the Judicial College of Victoria: What is evidence? 3â1 The National Judicial College, the Judicial College of Victoria, the Judicial Commission of New South Wales and the state and territory law societies and bar associations should consider conducting educational programs about the policy underlying the approach of the uniform Evidence Acts to admissibility of evidence. It is an accessible, easy-to-read guide to help judicial officers and practitioners understand these major changes. The National Judicial College is the nationâs leading provider of judicial education. The rule of practice regarding identification evidence was developed by the High Court in Domican v the Queen.17 The Judicial College of Victoria Charge Book provides useful guidance about the content of identification evidence warnings. It has recently updated its guidance to judges on assessing expert evidence. The guide is a clear and succinct publication that assists VCAT members to understand the changes to the law and what they need to do. Show more. Introduction to the Uniform Evidence Act in Victoria: Significant changes This introduction was jointly published by the Judicial College of Victoria and the Commission in April 2009. The Judicial College of Victoriaâs (JCV) Criminal Charge Book, Victorian Sentencing Manual and Criminal Proceedings Manual are its most widely used bench books â â¦ Discover how NJC can be a resource for you today. That is where the Judicial College of Victoriaâs Guide to the Guardianship and Administration Act 2019 (Vic) aims to assist. The Judicial College of Victoria provides guidance for Judges in Victoria, it describes itself as â a trusted place where the judiciary come to share knowledge, wisdom and expertise.â The home page provides information about various manuals including a civil procedures book. The challenges posed by identification evidence have led to the development of extensive jury directions.