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Assessing Dangerousness: A Guide to the Dangerous Offender Application Process (Print + ProView online)
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From preliminary considerations through the hearings, orders and appeals processes, this title reviews all relevant factors and elements essential to the dangerous offender and long-term offender regimes. Judges, Crown attorneys, defence counsel, law students and police and corrections personnel will benefit from this manual dedicated to the understanding of the intricacies involved with this niche of criminal law. Insightful commentary conveys the wisdom of the author by highlighting the interplay of the legislative framework and the body of case law developed over time. Additional features include expertly written articles discussing the management of the mentally abnormal offender, violent recidivism, and preventive confinement; risk assessment tools; questions for evaluating psychiatric experts and treatments for mental disorders; relevant legislative provisions of the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act and related regulations; and relevant policy provisions of the Parole Board of Canada. .

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About the Author
Mr. Neuberger is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in Criminal Law. He has a Master Degree of Law with a specialty in criminal law. Mr. Neuberger has extensive trial experience in the areas of sexual and domestic assault, threaten death and criminal harassment allegations, homicide, robbery, complex conspiracy cases, fraud, drug-related offences and impaired driving. Mr. Neuberger is retained by government agencies on high profile Public Inquiries and Inquests. He was retained by the Provincial Government to act as lead counsel on their behalf in the Cornwall Public Inquiry into historical allegations of sexual abuse in the community. Mr. Neuberger is a leading expert in the areas of cross-examination and expert witnesses and is a featured speaker at legal education conferences and workshops. His opinions are often sought by the media on high profile cases.