Annual Review of Criminal Law 2017
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This volume presents the most significant criminal law decisions in five areas: substantive criminal law (Chapter 1), policing and the Charter (Chapter 2), evidence (Chapter 3), criminal procedure (Chapter 4) and sentencing (Chapter 5). Steve Coughlan of the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University has prepared chapters 2 and 4, Rob Currie, also of the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University, wrote chapters 1 and 3, while Michelle Lawrence of the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria is responsible for chapter 5.
The material covered consists of cases which appeared in the Criminal Reports (seventh series) volumes 32-40 and the Canadian Criminal Cases (third series) volumes 341 to 353.
Criminal Law, Charter, Canada
Constitutional Law | Criminal Law | Criminal Procedure | Evidence | Law | Law Enforcement and Corrections
Stephen Coughlan, Robert J Currie & Michelle Lawrence, Annual Review of Criminal Law 2017 (Toronto: Thomson Reuters, 2018).