Détails du Produit
L95931
Supplemented book + Online
$588 per supplement (11-12 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.
2 volume looseleaf supplemented book
5-Post Binder
2018-11-23
Carswell

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Disclosure and Production in Criminal Cases (Print + ProView online)
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Description
This text examines the requirements imposed on the Crown, police and defence counsel to disclose the contents of their investigation file and to produce documents prior to a criminal trial. Decisions interpreting and applying the obligations are thoroughly reviewed, drawing on cases from across Canada and from courts of all levels. Contents include • underlying principles • exceptions to disclosure • relationship of Crown to police and defence • police notes • remedies for breach • production of confidential third party records and their use at trial. Appendices set out the Crown guidelines enunciated by the Attorney General of each province, plus statutory requirements under the Criminal Code and other legislation. Written by one of Canada’s leading Crown attorneys and legal commentators. 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 ebooks.
À propos de l'auteur

Murray Segal practises as independent legal counsel, consultant, and mediator. 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.