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online version of 2 volume looseleaf supplemented book
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2007-01-01
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Youth Criminal Justice Act Manual (ProView online only)
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$436.00
Description
Youth Criminal Justice Act Manual offers a condensed, annotated, critical analysis of major youth topics in the YCJA. Inside find flow charts, overviews and a sequential learning system that helps you quickly understand the law and develop practical, detailed positions efficiently and convincingly. Benefit from:
  • A review of the specialized features of youth justice – such as conferencing, extrajudicial measures and sanctions, referral to youth protection agencies and restrictions on detention at a bail hearing
  • An analysis of adult sentence provisions
  • A detailed review of custody and supervision
  • A consideration of the 19 sentence options
  • A thorough explanation of the four custody restrictions under s. 39(1)
  • Discussion of the purposes of sentencing and s. 38 factors - and more!
Access precedent-setting authorities including three recent ground breaking Supreme Court decisions on, "violent offence", "deterrence", and "the reverse onus for presumptive offences." Available electronically on CriminalSource. Thomson Reuters ProView™ The eBook version of this publication is available through your web browser, or can be downloaded to your desktop or laptop (Windows and Mac), iPad, or Android tablet. Visit carswell.com/proview to learn more and to see the complete collection of ProView.
About the Author
Justice Peter J. Harris, of the Ontario Court of Justice, was appointed to the Ontario Court in 1995, prior to which he practised criminal law for more than 15 years.
Justice Miriam H. Bloomenfeld, Ontario Court of Justice was appointed to the Ontario Court of Justice in 2005 after 15 years as Crown counsel.