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2000-03-01
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Wiretapping and Other Electronic Surveillance: Law and Procedure (ProView online only)
By: Robert W. Hubbard, B.A., (Hon.), M.A., LL.B, LSM, Peter M. Brauti, Scott K. Fenton
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Wiretapping and Other Electronic Surveillance: Law and Procedure is the only resource providing a balanced look at electronic surveillance from the perspectives of both the prosecution and defence. This resource is the most practical and indispensable guide to electronic surveillance and the law of search and seizure in Canada since the Charter. It imparts a detailed overview and analysis of the issues and includes commentary on relevant cases and legislation pertaining to electronic surveillance. Each chapter deals comprehensively with a self-contained topic, preceded by an outline of the contents, making it an easy reference point for reviewing individual surveillance concerns. Inside you will find information on:
  • The constitutional framework of electronic surveillance and the Charter.
  • The impact of the Anti-Terrorism Act. on wiretapping
  • Wiretap authorizations and affidavits
  • Crown and defence trial strategies
  • Conducting Garofoli. applications
  • Privacy and the Internet
  • Foreign language interceptions
  • Affiants, informants, sub-affiants and confidential informers
  • The investigative necessity requirements of s.186 (l)(b)
  • Translating documents
  • The impact of the Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Act.
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About the Author
Robert W. Hubbard, B.A., (Hon.), M.A., LL.B., LSM, is presently Crown Counsel for the Ministry of the Attorney General for Ontario. Previously, Mr. Hubbard was Senior General Counsel and Appeals Co-ordinator with the Federal Department of Justice (Ontario Regional Office). Called to the Ontario Bar in 1977, he has appeared as counsel at all levels of court. He has provided numerous lectures and seminars to the profession. Mr. Hubbard has published a number of articles in the area of criminal law and is a regular contributor to the Criminal Law Quarterly and co-author of Wiretapping and other Electronic Surveillance: Law and Procedure and The Law of Privilege in Canada (Canada Law Book).
Peter M. Brauti is a partner at Brauti Thorning Zibarras LLP and practises mainly in the area of criminal defence. As a former Federal Crown Attorney, Mr. Brauti conducted many trials and appeals on behalf of the Attorney General of Canada as the former co-chair of the Federal Department of Justice Trial Advocacy Program. Mr. Brauti is a co-author of Prosecuting and Defending Drug Offences, Wiretapping and Other Electronic Surveillance: Law and Procedure and is a regular contributor to the Criminal Law Quarterly (Canada Law Book).
Scott K. Fenton is a partner in Fenton, Smith Barristers in Toronto. His practice is restricted to criminal, quasi-criminal and regulatory matters, with emphasis on white-collar offences, corporate and commercial crime, tax, gaming and competition law. Mr. Fenton is a former prosecutor with the Federal Department of Justice and has conducted many trials and appeals, including numerous appearances before the Court of Appeal for Ontario and the Supreme Court of Canada.