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Police Powers Newsletter
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The Police Powers Newsletter provides a comprehensive look at all aspects of policing, not just for law enforcement, but also for lawyers and judges.

The Police Powers Newsletter, written by Justice Michelle Fuerst, defence counsel Scott Fenton, and crown counsel Susan Magotiaux, provides a comprehensive look at all aspects of policing, including powers of detention, arrest, and search and seizure in light of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The newsletter includes insightful articles and case commentaries from three different perspectives to keep readers up to date on the latest changes in this rapidly evolving area of the law, not just for law enforcement, but also for lawyers and judges.

In addition to print, Police Powers Newsletter is available also in an electronic PDF format. For your convenience, this electronic PDF version can be sent directly to your email upon request. An added bonus for WestlawNext® Canada subscribers features active links from the electronic PDF, which permit immediate access to the full-text of the cases referenced. If you wish to receive an electronic PDF version of Police Powers Newsletter with your subscription, please be sure to indicate your preference and provide your email address when you place your order.

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About the Author

The Honourable Madam Justice Michelle Fuerst has been a judge of the Superior Court of Justice for Ontario since 2002. She presides primarily over criminal law cases. Prior to her appointment as a judge, she was a partner with the Toronto firm of Gold & Fuerst, exclusively practising criminal and quasi-criminal litigation. She is a co-author of The Annotated Tremeear’s Criminal Code, a former co-Chair of the Federation of Law Societies’ National Criminal Law Program, and a former part-time instructor at Osgoode Hall Law School.


Scott K. Fenton is a partner in Fenton, Smith Barristers in Toronto. His practice is restricted to criminal, quasi-criminal and regulatory matters, with emphasis on white-collar offences, corporate and commercial crime, tax, gaming and competition law. Mr. Fenton is a former prosecutor with the Federal Department of Justice and has conducted many trials and appeals, including numerous appearances before the Court of Appeal for Ontario and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Susan Magotiaux, LL.B., MSW., is Crown Counsel for the Ministry of the Attorney General for Ontario. Her legal experience includes conducting criminal prosecutions and appeals at all levels of court, providing advice to police on search and wiretap issues, work in the area of Mutual Legal Assistance and Extraditions and review of criminal law policy. She has provided numerous lectures and seminars to the profession. Ms. Magotiaux is the author and co-author of various legal publications on subjects such as health and privacy issues.