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Canadian Charter of Rights Annotated (Print + ProView online)
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Edited by two experienced and highly respected counsel with backgrounds in constitutional and criminal law, Canadian Charter of Rights Annotated gives you a clear perspective on the Charter. This resource offers a thorough examination of Charter case law developed over the past twenty-five years. Organized into sections of the Charter, with each section you'll find:

  • The provisions of the Charter
  • The legislative history of the section
  • Comparable provisions of the Canadian Bill of Rights (with applicable case digests), the American Constitution, the International Covenant and the European Convention
  • Practical and helpful annotations, organized by topic of decisions interpreting and applying the Charter

Also included in the work are:

  • Table of Cases
  • Table of Statutes
  • Complete text of the Charter in both English and French
  • American Bill of Rights
  • Selected provisions of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

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About the Author
Melanie Dunn is an associate at the Sault Ste. Marie law firm, Dunn Tremblay-Hall, where she practises criminal law at both the trial and appellate level. She was previously an associate with the law firm of Greenspan, White in Toronto. She teaches evidence and criminal law in the Court and Tribunal program at Seneca College in Toronto and has been an assistant to the Editorial Board of Canadian Charter of Rights Annotated since September, 2000. She is a member of the Criminal Lawyers Association, the Canadian Bar Association and the Algoma District Law Association.

Andrew Bernstein is a partner at Torys LLP and is the practice group leader for the firm’s litigation department. He has substantial expertise in public law, having acted for both public and private sector clients in administrative hearings, judicial reviews and matters involving the Charter, Federalism and other aspects of Canadian constitutional law.