The court may refuse to admit evidence if its probative value is substantially outweighed by the danger that the evidence might—
(a) be unfairly prejudicial to a party; or
(b) be misleading or confusing; or
S. 135(c) amended by No. 63/2014 s. 9(1)(a).
(c) cause or result in undue waste of time; or
S. 135(d) inserted by No. 63/2014 s. 9(1)(b).
(d) unnecessarily demean the deceased in a criminal proceeding for a homicide offence.
Note to s. 135 inserted by No. 63/2014 s. 9(2).
This section does not limit evidence of family violence
that may be adduced under Part IC of the Crimes Act 1958 .