Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Criminal law & procedure
Jurisdiction: 
General
ISBN: 
9780779893799
Carswell

Tremeear's Annotated Criminal Code 21 Pol

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Get all the latest case law and legislative changes in criminal law, including concise, accessible summaries of thousands of Supreme Court of Canada and provincial appellate Court decisions.

With the 30th anniversary edition you will:

Get quick access to the important cases which enables you to present your arguments with confidence. Authoritative commentary, case summaries of appellate court decisions, and cross-references to related provisions help you understand how the parts of the Criminal Code interact. Throughout its history, defence, Crown, and the judiciary have all come to trust and rely upon the indispensable annotations and commentary by the Tremeear's authors in this acclaimed courtroom resource.

Highlights of The Annotated Tremeear's Criminal Code are:

  • It features thousands of Supreme Court of Canada and provincial appellate court decisions
  • The work cross-references the appropriate specimen jury instructions (Watt's Manual of Criminal Jury Instructions)
  • It includes Offence Tables that allow you to classify an offence, determine maximum and minimum sentences and the range of sentencing options and orders, forms of charges, and table of concordance

This edition of The Annotated Tremeears Criminal Code features all the latest legislative amendments, including the following:

  • An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code, S.C. 2017, c. 13, amended the Criminal Code definition of identifiable group in § 318(4) and also amended the principles that a court shall take into consideration on sentencing in § 718.2(a) to include evidence that the offence was motivated by bias, prejudice, or hate based on gender identity or expression
  • The Journalistic Sources Protection Act, S.C. 2017, c. 22, amended the Criminal Code and the Canada Evidence Act to protect the confidentiality of journalistic sources and to create additional requirements for the issuance of a search warrant relating to a journalist
  • An Act to amend the Criminal Code (mischief), S.C. 2017, c. 23, amends the Criminal Code offence of mischief in relation to religious property

As well, the Schedules to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act have undergone amendment introduced by SOR/2017-249, SOR/2017-275, SOR/2017-277.

Incorporates such key cases as:

Supreme Court of Canada Cases

  • R. v. Jones, 2017 SCC Even where D has a reasonable expectation of privacy in text messages, no breach of § 8 occurs when police lawfully obtain records of the messages stored on a service providers infrastructure under a production order
  • R. v. Seipp, 2018 SCC Evidence that D fled the scene of a motor vehicle accident to avoid liability for possession of a stolen motor vehicle is evidence of an intent to escape civil or criminal liability within § 252(1)
  • R. v. Boutilier, 2017 SCC Before designating D a dangerous offender, the judge must be satisfied on the evidence that D poses a high likelihood of harmful recidivism and that Ds conduct is intractable
  • R. v. Marakah, 2017 SCC To determine whether a person has a reasonable expectation of privacy in the subject-matter of the search requires a consideration of the totality of the circumstances. § 8 applies where a person has a reasonable privacy interest in the object or subject-matter of the state action and the information to which it gives access

To purchase or to inquire about The Annotated Tremeear's Criminal Code Police Edition, please contact your Information Solutions Consultant, or call Customer Relations at 1-800-387-5164 or (416) 609-3800.

Carswell

Tremeear's Annotated Criminal Code 21 Pol

Description

Get all the latest case law and legislative changes in criminal law, including concise, accessible summaries of thousands of Supreme Court of Canada and provincial appellate Court decisions.

With the 30th anniversary edition you will:

Get quick access to the important cases which enables you to present your arguments with confidence. Authoritative commentary, case summaries of appellate court decisions, and cross-references to related provisions help you understand how the parts of the Criminal Code interact. Throughout its history, defence, Crown, and the judiciary have all come to trust and rely upon the indispensable annotations and commentary by the Tremeear's authors in this acclaimed courtroom resource.

Highlights of The Annotated Tremeear's Criminal Code are:

  • It features thousands of Supreme Court of Canada and provincial appellate court decisions
  • The work cross-references the appropriate specimen jury instructions (Watt's Manual of Criminal Jury Instructions)
  • It includes Offence Tables that allow you to classify an offence, determine maximum and minimum sentences and the range of sentencing options and orders, forms of charges, and table of concordance

This edition of The Annotated Tremeears Criminal Code features all the latest legislative amendments, including the following:

  • An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code, S.C. 2017, c. 13, amended the Criminal Code definition of identifiable group in § 318(4) and also amended the principles that a court shall take into consideration on sentencing in § 718.2(a) to include evidence that the offence was motivated by bias, prejudice, or hate based on gender identity or expression
  • The Journalistic Sources Protection Act, S.C. 2017, c. 22, amended the Criminal Code and the Canada Evidence Act to protect the confidentiality of journalistic sources and to create additional requirements for the issuance of a search warrant relating to a journalist
  • An Act to amend the Criminal Code (mischief), S.C. 2017, c. 23, amends the Criminal Code offence of mischief in relation to religious property

As well, the Schedules to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act have undergone amendment introduced by SOR/2017-249, SOR/2017-275, SOR/2017-277.

Incorporates such key cases as:

Supreme Court of Canada Cases

  • R. v. Jones, 2017 SCC Even where D has a reasonable expectation of privacy in text messages, no breach of § 8 occurs when police lawfully obtain records of the messages stored on a service providers infrastructure under a production order
  • R. v. Seipp, 2018 SCC Evidence that D fled the scene of a motor vehicle accident to avoid liability for possession of a stolen motor vehicle is evidence of an intent to escape civil or criminal liability within § 252(1)
  • R. v. Boutilier, 2017 SCC Before designating D a dangerous offender, the judge must be satisfied on the evidence that D poses a high likelihood of harmful recidivism and that Ds conduct is intractable
  • R. v. Marakah, 2017 SCC To determine whether a person has a reasonable expectation of privacy in the subject-matter of the search requires a consideration of the totality of the circumstances. § 8 applies where a person has a reasonable privacy interest in the object or subject-matter of the state action and the information to which it gives access

To purchase or to inquire about The Annotated Tremeear's Criminal Code Police Edition, please contact your Information Solutions Consultant, or call Customer Relations at 1-800-387-5164 or (416) 609-3800.