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The developments in the law of evidence in the war years have not been great. They have been mainly along the lines of tests for witnesses, the use of confessions in criminal cases, the interpretation by the courts of the so-called "Business Entries" Act and the adoption by the American Law Institute of a proposed Code of Evidence.
John E. Tracy,
EVIDENCE--RECENT DEVELOPMENTS (A SERVICE FOR RETURNING VETERANS),
Mich. L. Rev.
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