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Canadian Criminal Code Offences (print + ProView)
By: John L. Gibson, Henry Waldock, B.Sc., LL.B.
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This is an acclaimed practice manual developed and written by an experienced Crown counsel, to be enjoyed by Crown attorneys, defence lawyers, judges and police, and covering the 51 most commonly charged Criminal Code offences. Organized alphabetically by offence into individual, tabbed chapters, with each chapter featuring the full text of the prevailing Criminal Code section, as well as any other legislative provision that relates to the offence; description of the defences available to the accused of an offence; the suggested best wording of the charge; the elements needed to be proved; procedural considerations; the most recent case law involving the offence; recent and significant changes in the law; and, all applicable forms. Additional features include helpful navigational tools for finding answers quickly; and timely releases to ensure optimal currency in light of legislative developments and the latest judicial decisions.

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About the Author
Henry Waldock, B.Sc., LL.B. was called to the British Columbia Bar in 1990, and became a Crown Counsel in 1991. From 1991 to 2013, he prosecuted criminal offences from the most minor to rape and murder. In 2013-2014 Mr. Waldock was Director of Legal Services for the Independent Investigations Office of British Columbia. He then returned to criminal prosecution. In addition, he has done policy development and teaching. From 2004 to 2012, he taught legal topics to police investigators at the Pacific Regional Training Centre, the Justice Institute, and through the Canadian Police College. Since 2004, he has maintained and updated two reference texts on criminal law: Canadian Criminal Code Offences and Criminal Law Evidence, Practice and Procedure, both published by Carswell.