The Charter and criminal justice : twenty-five years later /
- Publication info:
- Markham, Ont. : LexisNexis, 2008.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- Corporate Subject:
- The Charter and criminal justice : twenty-five years later / editors Jamie Cameron and James Stribopoulos.
- Other Authors:
Markham, Ont. : LexisNexis, 2008
- 1st edition.
- Local Note:
Osgoode faculty editors: Jamie Cameron and James Stribopoulos.Osgoode faculty contributors: Jamie Cameron, James Stribopoulos, and Alan Young.
- Physical Description:
lxix, 759 pages ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Table of Contents
- Charter standards for investigative powers: have the courts got the balance right? / Don Stuart
- Twenty-five years in search of a reasonable approach / Michal Fairburn
- The limits of privacy: some reflections on Section 8 of the Charter / Croft Michaelson
- The impact of the Charter on the law of search and seizure / Tim Quigley
- Arbitrary detention: whither - or wither? - Section 9 / Steve Coughlan
- Investigative detention: a search/seizure by any other name? / Justice Casey Hill
- The forgotten right: Section 9 of the Charter, its purpose and meaning / James Stribopoulos
- The Common Law confessions rule in the Charter era: current law and future directions / Lisa Dufraimont
- Triggering the right to counsel: "detention" and Section 10 of the Charter / Steven Penney
- The limits of police interrogation: the limits of the Charter / Justice Gary T. Trotter
- Charter Tracks: twenty-five years of Constitutional influence on the criminal trial process and rules of evidence / David Paciocco
- Rewriting the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms: four suggestions designed to promote a fairer trial and evidentiary process / Peter Sankoff
- The Charter and protection against wrongful conviction: good, bad, or irrelevant? / Christopher Sherrin
- Section 7 of the Charter and the common law rules of evidence / Hamish Stewart
- Done nothing wrong: fundamental justice and the minimum content of criminal law / Alan Young
- Moral judgment, criminal law and the Constitutional protection of religion / Benjamin L. Berger
- Fault and punishment under Sections 7 and 12 of the Charter / Jamie Cameron
- Youth as victims and offenders in the criminal justice system: a Charter analysis - recognizing vulnerability / Nicholas Bala
- Expanding victims' rights in the Charter era and beyond / Joan Barrett
- The Charter of whiteness: twenty-five years of maintaining racial injustice in the Canadian criminal justice system / David M. Tanovich
- Aboriginal over-representation and R. v. Gladue: where we were, where we are and where we might be going / Jonathan Rudin
- A Charter reality check: how relevant is the Charter to the justness of our criminal justice system? / Kent Roach.