Appendices. I. Science of proof, and trial rules of admissibility, compared. II. Key to problems. II. List of trials useful for study. IV. Principles of proof applied to general history, with a list of historical controversies. V. The detective's viewpoint of evidence. "Index of cases, quoted or cited": p. 1027-1031.
Bibliography, etc. Note
"Index of authors and books quoted or cited": pages 1033-1041.
Judicial proof. The process of proof.
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