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Sir Alfred Rupert Neale Cross QC FBA (15 June 1912 in Chelsea, London – 12 September 1980, Oxford) was a prominent English lawyer and academic
Sir Alfred Rupert Neale Cross QC FBA (15 June 1912 in Chelsea, London – 12 September 1980, Oxford) was a prominent English lawyer and academic. He was the second of two sons of Arthur George Cross, an architect in Hastings, and Mary Elizabeth (née Dalton). He was born with cancer of the eyes and was completely blind after an operation at the age of 1. Worcester College for the Blind provided his education before he went to Worcester College, Oxford in 1930 where he took a Second in Modern History in 1933.
Cross on evidence Paperback – 1990. by Rupert Cross (Author). This book is designed to be an authoritative exposition of the law of evidence which discusses fully both the theory and the practice of the subject, so meeting the needs of students and practitioners alike. It is clearly written with the inclusion of numerous cases and references to past authorities.
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For the American film and TV actor, see Rupert Crosse. His best-known work is probably Cross on Evidence, first published in 1959. Sir Alfred Rupert Neale Cross (15 June 1912 in Chelsea, London – 12 September 1980, Oxford) was a prominent English lawyer and academic. In 1976 Cross published Statutory Interpretation. In recognition of Cross's great prestige, his name has remained in the predominant spot on the title page.
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Rupert Sir Cross, David Qc Byrne, John Dyson Heydon. Matters not requiring proof and judicial findings of evidence burden of proof and presumptions degrees of proof the functions of the judge and jury the competence and compellability of witnesse. More). An Attempt to Update the Law of Evidence. Outline of the law of evidence. N. J. M. Wilkins, Colin Tapper, Rupert Sir Cross. Part 1: Items and classifications of evidence functions of judge and jury.
London : Butterworths. Evidence, by Sir Rupert Cross Butterworths London 1974. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1974, Evidence, by Sir Rupert Cross Butterworths London.
Sir Rupert Cross (born Alfred Rupert Neale Cross 15 June 1912 in Chelsea, London – died 12 September 1980, Oxford) was a prominent British lawyer and academic. He was Vinerian Professor of English Law at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford. He was also completely blind from the age of 1, as a result of cancer of the eyes, and, before his distinguished legal career, was already well-known as a chessplayer
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Showing 12 distinct works. Precedent in English Law by. Rupert Cross, .
Formerly "Cross on Evidence", this is a textbook on the law of evidence. He is a barrister, a Fellow of Magdelen College and Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of Oxford.
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