Impaired Driving in Canada, 2012/2013 Edition
The Honourable Mr. Justice Joseph F. Kenkel
In the 2012/2013 Edition of Impaired Driving in Canada, the
Honourable Mr. Justice Joseph F. Kenkel analyzes every step
of the impaired driving case, from the roadside stop through
to sentencing. This book provides coverage of an offence
where, according to one Parliamentarian, “every word and
every comma in every section has been litigated”, and is an
indispensable companion for all members of the criminal law
bar and bench.
$90 + tax | Approx. 400 Pages | Softcover | April 2012 | Biennial
Standing Order Terms Apply* | ISBN: 9780433469346
Criminal Procedure in Canada
Steven Penney, Vincenzo Rondinelli & James Stribopoulos
Five years in the making, this long-awaited guide explains the
rules of criminal procedure in a clear, concise manner — ideal
for prosecutors, defence lawyers, law students and judges.
Rather than organizing the subject around particular statutory
or constitutional provisions, the authors have chosen a
chronological structure: the relevant rules and procedures are
introduced and explained in the same sequence that a person
investigating and prosecuting would ordinarily experience
them. This makes the book easy to refer to, and results in a
more logical and intuitive organization of the subject matter.
$195 + tax | 872 Pages | Hardcover | December 2011
The Practitioner’s Criminal Precedents, 3rd Edition
Alan D. Gold
The Practitioner’s Criminal Precedents, 3rd Edition gives you a head start in handling your
criminal and quasi-criminal cases — whether you practise criminal law exclusively or as
part of a general practice, this title equips you with 300+ precedents ranging from the
routine to the highly specialized, covering every type of precedent you will ever need. It
features: a chronological sequence that helps you easily locate documents for each stage
of a proceeding, including all steps in between; a helpful commentary at the start of each
chapter; a CD-ROM of documents to customize forms and documents for your own use;
cross-references to Gold’s Criminal Code to simplify further research on a particular point of
law; and cross-references to equivalent sections of criminal proceedings rules that facilitate
adaptation of precedents to rules of different jurisdictions.
$145 + tax | 1,048 Pages | Softcover + CD-ROM | 2011 | ISBN: 9780433468110
A Guide to the Youth Criminal Justice Act, 2012 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 needing an understanding of how the YCJA is implemented.
$61 + tax | 384 Pages | Softcover | 2011 | Annual | Standing Order Terms Apply* | ISBN: 9780433469001
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 realities and complex
social issues all interact to create a legal environment that has never been more challenging.
$295 + tax | 1,322 Pages | Hardcover | 2010 | ISBN: 9780433460671
The Practitioner’s Criminal Code, 2012 Edition + E-Book Alan D. Gold This leading annotated Criminal Code, most known for its five “practitioner-centric” principles, has become the Gold standard that criminal counsel and practitioners look up to. Now available in e-book format, this truly portable Criminal Code 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.
$100 + tax | 2,128 Pages | Hardcover + E-Book | 2011 | Annual
Standing Order Terms Apply* | ISBN: 9780433466420
Canadian Extradition Law Practice, 2012 Edition
As one of Canada’s leading experts in the field of extradition
law, Dr. Gary Botting’s knowledge, valuable insights and
strategic advice have made this the most comprehensive
resource available on current extradition law. A quick
cross-reference tool for lawyers, judges and correctional
services professionals, among others, this book provides a
solid understanding of extradition law in Canada as well as
access to every significant extradition case since the current
Extradition Act became law.
$120 + tax | 1,008 Pages | Softcover | September 2011
Impaired Driving in Canada – The Charter Cases
The Honourable Mr. Justice Joseph F. Kenkel
This book focuses on Canadian Charter of Rights issues that so often become the focus of
impaired driving cases. Concise and well-organized, this text provides quick access to the
exact legal issue and fact situation applicable to one’s case.
$90 + tax | 368 Pages | Hardcover | 2010 | ISBN: 9780433460596
Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Legislatures / Misrepresentation and
Fraud / Missing Persons and Absentees
Sheila Nemet-Brown / Janela Jovellano / Catherine Morin
The Legislatures section provides a concise overview of the structure, powers and workings
of the Canadian Parliament and the various provincial legislatures. The Misrepresentation and
Fraud section summarizes the law governing the various civil remedies that are available to a
person who has relied on a false representation made by another party and suffered damage
as the result. The Missing Persons and Absentees section addresses the legal complications
that may arise after a person has disappeared and is not known to be alive or dead.
$135 + tax | 70 Volumes | Hardcover | Billed as Issued | ISBN: 9780433454946
$275 + tax | 536 Pages | Hardcover | 2010 | ISBN: 9780433465829
The Doctrine of Res Judicata in Canada, 3rd Edition
Donald J. Lange
This third edition is the most recent volume on the doctrine of res judicata by Canada’s
renowned legal scholar on this subject area, Donald J. Lange. This text is the definitive
resource on an important legal doctrine — the principle that a person can only be sued (or
criminally tried) once for each case.
$240 + tax | 642 Pages | Hardcover | 2010 | ISBN: 9780433456537
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