The Law and Practice of Evidence in Kenya covers virtually all aspects of the law of evidence and provides a brilliant analysis and discussion of the subject. This book gives a lucid chronology of the evolution of the law over the years to its current position and provides useful hints on certain areas that need urgent reform. The Law of Evidence is a dynamic subject with numerous
developments in the recent past. The most notable is the Evidence (Out of Court Confession) Rules, 2009 which have revolutionized the law governing confessions in Kenya. Also worth noting
is rapidly growing Kenyan case–law in the various spheres of Evidence Law and Practice that we have attempted to capture in this work.