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  • Biber, Katherine (The University of Sydney, 2011)
    The Court Information Act 2010 (NSW) attempts to achieve transparency and accountability under the framework of an 'open justice' system. The Act aims to make court information more accessible to members of the public and ...
  • Biber, Katherine (Legal Service Bulletin Co-op, 2010)
    The rules of evidence enable law to discover its truths. The rules enable material facts to be 'found' in a haystack of data, and they erect thresholds along a single pathway to admissibility. Each piece of evidence follows ...
  • Biber, Katherine (UTS, 2012)
    A long-held and fundamental principle of our criminal justice system is that people accused of crimes have a right to silence, arising from the presumption of innocence. Rules of evidence try to protect this `right? during ...
  • Biber, Katherine (Oxford University Press on behalf of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, 2013)
    This article explores the cultural afterlife of criminal evidence. During the criminal trial, strict rules govern the collection, admission and interpretation of evidence at trial. However, after the conclusion of the ...
  • Biber, Katherine; Dalton, Derek (Sage, 2009)
    In 1962, police officers concealed themselves for two weeks in a men?s public toilet in Mansfield, Ohio, and filmed men performing illicit homosexual sex acts. The film footage was used to secure convictions for sodomy, ...
  • Biber, Katherine (Legal Service Bulletin Co-op, 2005)
    Is there a right to silence for people accused of crimes? What is the .extent of that right? The right to silence co-exists with the presumption of innocence; both are long-standing principles which have come to be given ...