Canadian Criminal Procedure and Evidence for the Social Sciences
Nelson Education Limited, 2001 - Criminal justice, Administration of - 401 pages
The Second Edition offers a comprehensive and critical introduction to the law of Canadian criminal procedure and evidence, with an emphasis on the relevance of social science to the criminal litigation process. Criminal procedure and evidence is continually evolving as a result of decisions from the Supreme Court of Canada and amendments to the criminal code and other legislation by Parliament. These changes have been incorporated in the new edition to provide a text that is current and one that reflects the latest developments in our system.
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THE PROCEDURES FOR BRINGING AN ACCUSED TO COURT
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