The Law of Search and Seizure in Canada, 8th Edition
The Honourable Mr. Justice James A. Fontana & M. David Keeshan
This keystone work takes the many and multifaceted issues that impact this
intricate area of law — and locks them into a coherent, current and accessible
reference. This guidance is especially crucial today, as new and invasive
technologies, new security realties and complex social issues all interact to
create a legal environment that has never been more challenging.
$275 + GST • Approx. 1,000 Pages • Hardcover • July 2010 • ISBN: 9780433460671
Wrongful Conviction in Canadian Law
Dr. Gary Botting; Foreword by: David Milgaard
This is the first book to review and analyze recommendations of Commissions
of Inquiry into wrongful convictions. Comparative analyses reveal which
recommendations have been implemented as policy, passed into legislation, or
endorsed by the courts. You’ll learn how the authorities could have made — or
could have avoided — such major errors.
$95 + GST • Approx. 550 Pages • Softcover • July 2010 • ISBN: 9780433451235
The Practitioner’s Criminal Code, 2011 Edition
Alan D. Gold
This leading desktop reference is filled with Mr. Gold’s insights on criminal law
and procedure, noteworthy comments about interesting cases, and a clearer
indication of contentious issues and possible arguments than lawyers have
come to expect from any other annotated Criminal Code. Each annual edition is
updated and enhanced with a careful review of all “cases of note”, keeping only
cases that continue to be of note and adding insights on the latest noteworthy
$95 + GST • Approx. 1,968 Pages • Hardcover + CD-ROM • August 2010 • Annual
Standing Order Terms Apply* • ISBN: 9780433465188
A Guide to the Youth Criminal Justice Act, 2011 Edition
Lee Tustin & Robert E. Lutes
This concise guide to the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA) provides an
overview of the youth criminal justice system in Canada and section-by-section
commentary on legal and operational implications, and captures key recent
developments. A must have for anyone dealing with youth and who needs to
understand how the YCJA is implemented.
$60 + GST • Approx. 360 Pages • Softcover • July 2010 • Annual • Standing Order Terms Apply*
Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Penitentiaries, Jails and Prisoners
Fergus J. (Chip) O’Connor
This volume provides a clear and concise review of the law pertaining to federal
penitentiaries, provincial and territorial prisons, and the rights and obligations of
prisoners. It examines all of the pertinent legislation, regulations and case law
regarding such matters as the organization of the penitentiary system, health
care, discipline, searches, sentences and remedies.
$135** + GST • 70 Volumes • Hardcover • Billed as Issued • ISBN: 9780433454946
$270 + GST • 676 Pages • Hardcover • 2009 • ISBN: 9780433463481
Annotated Firearms Act & Related Legislation, 2010 Edition
Jonathan Keene Brunet & Pamela Goode
This comprehensive guide to firearms legislation in Canada provides you with an
annotated version of the Firearms Act, Part III and other related sections of the
Criminal Code, and relevant provisions of the National Defence Act and the Youth
Criminal Justice Act. You will find the full text of the Firearms Act, along with
orders and regulations pursuant to the Firearms Act and Part III of the Criminal
$90 + GST • 927 Pages • Softcover • 2009 • Standing Order Terms Apply*
Manning, Mewett & Sankoff – Criminal Law, 4th Edition
Morris Manning, Q.C. & Peter Sankoff
This edition has already been cited by the Supreme Court of Canada in R. v.
Dudley,  S.C.J. No. 58 at para. 18, just as previous editions had been
repeatedly cited by the Supreme Court and by every provincial Court of
Appeal. This book facilitates efficient and focused legal research and provides
a foundation upon which to build cogent legal arguments and is an essential
resource for defence counsel, the Crown and the judiciary, as well as an
indispensable guide for academics and students.
$270 + GST • 1,310 Pages • Hardcover • 2009 • ISBN: 9780433454328
Sopinka, Lederman & Bryant – The Law of Evidence in Canada,
The Honourable Mr. Justice Alan W. Bryant, The Honourable Mr. Justice Sidney N.
Lederman & The Honourable Madam Justice Michelle Fuerst
Stay up-to-date on evidentiary issues. Cited as authoritative by appellate courts
throughout Canada, this book is the only major Canadian treatise with in-depth
coverage of both civil and criminal evidence. This new edition includes all
significant changes to the law of evidence over the past decade.
$315 + GST • 1,525 Pages • Hardcover • 2009 • ISBN: 9780433456780
Canadian Youth and the Criminal Law – One Hundred Years of
Youth Justice Legislation in Canada
This book is an in-depth examination of how the Canadian criminal justice system
has dealt with young persons. The book surveys the historical roots of youth
justice legislation in Canada, and discusses anticipated future reforms.
$65 + GST • 572 Pages • Softcover • 2009 • ISBN: 9780433452003
Expert Evidence, 2nd Edition
Glenn R. Anderson, Q.C.
Fully updated, this new edition of Butterworths Expert Evidence will ease the
strain of managing expert evidence. Author Glenn Anderson, of the Nova Scotia
Department of Justice, describes and analyzes the law of expert evidence in
Canada from both the civil and criminal perspectives. Analysis of the 2007
Supreme Court of Canada decision R. v. Trochym is included and highlights the
increasing reliance on expert evidence.
$120 + GST • 429 Pages • Hardcover • 2009 • ISBN: 9780433457961
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