anadian Charter of Rights: The Prosecution and Defence of Criminal and Other Statutory Offences
Détails du Produit
0-459-35740-9
Supplemented book
$427 per supplement (9-11 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.
5 volumes looseleaf, filed to date, with 2 months free service
5-Post Binder
1988-10-01
Carswell

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Canadian Charter of Rights: The Prosecution and Defence of Criminal and Other Statutory Offences
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Description
This text consists of five volumes and will provide subscribers with easier access to Charter-related criminal law and prosecutions of statutory offences. Organized and presented thematically, rather than numerically by section number, this text pulls together the reported and unreported cases involving the substantive provisions of the Charter and issues of general application; the legal rights, from detention through double jeopardy; the fundamental freedoms and other rights; and remedies for breaches and for conflicts with ordinary legislation. Additional features include the full text of the Canada Act, 1982, tables for comparison of the Charter with the bills of rights of Canada and the US, with international conventions, and with earlier drafts of the Charter prior to its enactment. The full text of these objects of comparison have also been appended for convenient consultation. This service also spells out notice and service requirements required to raise a constitutional questions. Finally, this service includes a Words and Phrases resource, consisting of a consolidation of judicial interpretations of terminology commonly used in constitutional and criminal cases.
À propos de l'auteur
Murray Segal practises as independent legal counsel, consultant, and mediator. He is also Counsel to Henein Hutchison LLP Barristers in downtown Toronto. Mr. Segal is the former Deputy Attorney General and former Chief Prosecutor of Ontario. He has prosecuted some of the most significant and challenging cases in the country, including Canada's largest white collar crime case. He is comfortable at every level of court and has appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada on many occasions, arguing complex constitutional and other matters. Today, drawing on his extensive legal and executive experience, he advises and represents clients in both the public and private sectors. As a criminal law authority he has national stature, having written and lectured extensively across Canada.