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Sentencing: The Practitioner's Guide
By: Gary R. Clewley, B.A., M.A., LL.B., Paul G. McDermott, LL.B., Rachel E. Young, B.A., LL.B., B.C.L., LL.M.
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Sentencing: The Practitioner's Guide, also available online in CriminalSource, clearly provides analysis of the principles of sentencing and the range of sentences for offences. Includes:
  • Offence introductions summarizing the general principles applicable to an offence
  • Commentary setting out the minimum and maximum penalties prescribed by the Criminal Code and the available sentencing options
  • Key aggravating factors outlining circumstances that might lead to heavier sentencing
  • Relevant offender characteristics outlining personal considerations that will affect your client's sentence
  • Tables of case summaries
Offering quick, comprehensive access to legal principles, case law and decisions of Canada's highest courts, this invaluable resource provides the insight and information to let you determine the most appropriate sentence and plea considerations for your client.
About the Author
Gary R. Clewley, B.A., M.A., LL.B., is a Barrister and Solicitor in Toronto, Ontario, where he primarily practises in criminal defence and administrative law. Called to both the Ontario and State of New York Bars, he previously practised civil and criminal law in Manhattan, N.Y. and served in Toronto in the Crown Attorney's Office at the Ministry of the Attorney General. He articled at Osler, Hoskin and Harcourt LLP in Toronto.
Paul G. McDermott, LL.B., was called to the Bar in 1986 and is General Counsel with the Ministry of the Attorney General in Toronto, Ontario. Mr. McDermott is an instructor at the Osgoode Hall Intensive Trial Advocacy Course and is a frequent lecturer at the continuing education courses at the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Ontario Bar Association and the Ontario Crown Attorney's Association conferences.
Rachel E. Young, B.A., LL.B., B.C.L., LL.M., was called to the Bar in 1999 and is Counsel to the Court of Appeal for Ontario. She has worked as a criminal defence lawyer and Assistant Crown Attorney in Toronto, as well as a civil litigator and Associate Commission Counsel to the Walkerton Inquiry. She has taught at the Toronto Police College, the Ontario Bar Admission Course, and as a guest lecturer at Queen's University law school.