Cases and Materials on Criminal Law and Procedure

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University of Toronto Press, Jan 1, 1978 - Criminal law - 933 pages
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Contents

Introduction to Procedure
3
PreTrial and Related Procedures
17
Compelling the Accuseds Appearance
34
Legal Aid
124
Codification of Offences CommonLaw
153
4
162
Morality and the Criminal Law
204
5
218
13
539
Drunkenness
546
Expert Evidence on Issue of Drunkenness
556
14
576
Insanity
582
mental hospital
599
Automatism
644
Necessity
685

External Circumstances of
254
Causation
277
Attempt and Related Problems
306
7
378
Requirements of Culpability
404
Recklessness
424
9
454
Mistake of Fact
491
Ignorance of the Law
511
Vicarious and Corporate Liability
533
SelfDefence
711
The Trial Process
722
The Trial of a Juvenile in Adult Court
731
Double Jeopardy
804
Sentencing
863
Readings on Sentencing
896
Supplementary Material
913
Index
929
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About the author (1978)

Martin L. Friedland is University Professor and Professor of Law Emeritus at the University of Toronto. He was made an Officer of the Order of Canada in 1990, and was awarded the Molson Prize in 1995.

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