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online version of 2 volume looseleaf supplemented book
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1988-11-01
Carswell

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Working Manual of Criminal Law (ProView online only)
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This manual summarizes the current law in the area of criminal practice. The publication integrates expert commentary with examination of the statutory provisions and case law relevant to key issues arising the area of criminal practice. This extensive work includes over 2,100 cited cases. The commentary is divided into six sections: Defences, Evidence, Procedure, Sentencing, Substantive Offences, and Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Each section is organized into concise statements of law, accompanied by supporting judicial authorities. This practical guide is useful in the courtroom as well as preparing for trial. Regular updates ensure that the Working Manual of Criminal Law provides the latest authority on criminal law and procedure. This publication also includes a section containing Newly Proclaimed Legislation, ensuring that subscribers have access to the most recent amendments to relevant criminal law statutes.

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About the Author
John M. Gordon, Q.C., a 1980 graduate of the Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia, was called to the bar in British Columbia in 1981. He worked as Crown Counsel in the Vancouver region from 1981 to 1988. In the fall of 1988, he left to practise as a sole practitioner in North Vancouver for a period of five years. In the fall of 1993, John rejoined the Crown as a member of the Criminal Appeals Office practising exclusively in the appellate field in the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. In 2000, John was named Deputy Director in charge of the Appeals Section of Criminal Appeals and Special Prosecutions. In 2006, John was appointed Queen's Counsel. He appears as counsel before the British Columbia Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.

Susan J. Brown obtained her B.A. from the University of Western Ontario and her LL.B. from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Crown Counsel office in Vancouver in 1991. She currently works in the Crown Law Division of the B.C. Prosecution Service and argues appeals in the British Columbia Court of Appeal and, occasionally, the Supreme Court of Canada.