Sopinka, Lederman & Bryant - The Law of Evidence in Canada, 3rd Edition
Introducing the New Edition of Canada s Leading Work on Evidence Stay up-to-date on evidentiary issues with Sopinka, Lederman & Bryant - The Law of Evidence in Canada , 3 rd Edition . Cited as authoritative by appellate courts throughout Canada , it is the only major Canadian treatise with in-depth coverage of both civil and criminal evidence. ...
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