By Roger E. Salhany. Text on criminal procedure in Canada covering all aspects of jurisprudence relating to procedure in criminal law matters, including classification of offences, jurisdiction, arrest and seizure of property, bail, preliminary inquiry, trial on indictment, summary conviction proceedings, sentencing, appeals and extraordinary remedies.
By Eugene G. Ewaschuk. Explains the laying of a charge through to the passing of the sentence and post conviction forms of release including parole, as well as the extraordinary remedies and appeals to all levels of courts. Discusses civil areas relating to jurisdiction, trials, evidence, contempt, the Charter, statutory interpretation and division of powers.
Provides users with access to the Criminal Code at a particular point in time, along with the corresponding commentary. Users can browse through previous versions of Martin's Annual Criminal Code, or search for a particular section or subsection at a specific date.
By John C. Martin. Annotated resource that includes all relevant, up-to-date related criminal statutes and case law, and the most significant federal non-Criminal Code penal statutes. Includes decisions from every level of the courts, and cross-references to related provisions.
By Peter K.McWilliams & S. Casey Hill. Outlines how the rules operate at the admissibility stage and again when judges come to deal with evidence either in their reasons or in the charge of the jury. The fourth edition includes the perspectives of criminal law experts from the bench, bar and academia. They trace the developments of the law of criminal evidence and identify the key elements of a modern principled approach.