Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Criminal law & procedure
Jurisdiction: 
Ontario
Publication date: 
2020-12-14
Carswell

Annotated Ontario Rules of Criminal Practice 2021 (Print & ProView)

Availability: Partial Stock

All of the statutes, regulations, rules and related material in the book have been reviewed, revised and updated as necessary.

COVID 19 has affected court proceedings and has generated many Practice Directions in all three levels of Ontario’s criminal courts. To that end, this edition includes a pocket supplement containing all pertinent Practice Directions and related forms and material current to October 15, 2020. This pamphlet will be updated when there are material changes to these practice directions. However, because the situation with COVID 19 is very fluid, subscribers should check court websites to ensure that they are working with the most current version of these Practice Directions.

Some case highlights include:

R. v. Barton-The limited ability of the Crown to appeal an acquittal. (S.C.C.)

R. v. Myers-Court’s ability to review detention broader than unreasonable delay under s.525. (S.C.C.)

Bessette v. British Columbia (Attorney General) - A ruling denying a French language trial went to the provincial court’s jurisdiction. Certiorari was accordingly available before the conclusion of the trial. (S.C.C.).

Lochner v. Ontario (Attorney General); United States of America v. Beaumann - Power to summarily dismiss vexatious appeal.

R. v. Kazman - Authority of trial judge to summarily dismiss a s. 11(b) application in the Superior Court.

R. v. Villanti - What the respondent may call upon the court to do where appellant fails to comply with the Rules.

R. v. Villanti - Obligation of the Crown to move appellate proceedings along.

R. v. Villanti - Baseless impeachment of motives of counsel as irresponsible advocacy.

R. v. M.B. - Consideration respecting appointment of a special commissioner on appeal.

Gajewski (Re) - Ability of a victim to intervene on appeal from Ontario Review Board.

R. v. W.M. - Jurisdiction to grant bail pending new trial where no appearance in Superior Court made.

R. v. Jesso - Pros and cons of GPS monitoring on bail pending appeal.

R. v. A.K. - No automatic right to cross-examine bail surety.

Carswell

Annotated Ontario Rules of Criminal Practice 2021 (Print & ProView)

Availability: Partial Stock

Description

All of the statutes, regulations, rules and related material in the book have been reviewed, revised and updated as necessary.

COVID 19 has affected court proceedings and has generated many Practice Directions in all three levels of Ontario’s criminal courts. To that end, this edition includes a pocket supplement containing all pertinent Practice Directions and related forms and material current to October 15, 2020. This pamphlet will be updated when there are material changes to these practice directions. However, because the situation with COVID 19 is very fluid, subscribers should check court websites to ensure that they are working with the most current version of these Practice Directions.

Some case highlights include:

R. v. Barton-The limited ability of the Crown to appeal an acquittal. (S.C.C.)

R. v. Myers-Court’s ability to review detention broader than unreasonable delay under s.525. (S.C.C.)

Bessette v. British Columbia (Attorney General) - A ruling denying a French language trial went to the provincial court’s jurisdiction. Certiorari was accordingly available before the conclusion of the trial. (S.C.C.).

Lochner v. Ontario (Attorney General); United States of America v. Beaumann - Power to summarily dismiss vexatious appeal.

R. v. Kazman - Authority of trial judge to summarily dismiss a s. 11(b) application in the Superior Court.

R. v. Villanti - What the respondent may call upon the court to do where appellant fails to comply with the Rules.

R. v. Villanti - Obligation of the Crown to move appellate proceedings along.

R. v. Villanti - Baseless impeachment of motives of counsel as irresponsible advocacy.

R. v. M.B. - Consideration respecting appointment of a special commissioner on appeal.

Gajewski (Re) - Ability of a victim to intervene on appeal from Ontario Review Board.

R. v. W.M. - Jurisdiction to grant bail pending new trial where no appearance in Superior Court made.

R. v. Jesso - Pros and cons of GPS monitoring on bail pending appeal.

R. v. A.K. - No automatic right to cross-examine bail surety.