Criminal Lawyers' Trial Book
Provides digests of leading cases organized by subject area on virtually every important issue confronting counsel at both the trial and appellate court levels. It offers an excellent starting point for research as well as an aid to the preparation of a case for trial.
Products to Consider
Canada Criminal Sentencing Digest / Abrégé de jurisprudence en détermination de la peine
This service covers criminal sentencing cases since the introduction of the conditional sentencing regime in September 1996.
Criminal Procedure in Canada
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 ...
Impaired Driving and Breathalyzer Law - Recent Case Law
This practical research and trial preparation manual deals exclusively with impaired driving offences under the Criminal Code . The service is divided into five main parts: Impaired Operation Failing to Provide Breath Samples Approved Screening Device Operation While Over 80 Milligrams of Alcohol in Blood Sentencing Each part is broken down into ...
Impaired Driving in Canada, 2012/2013 Edition
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.
Impaired Driving in Canada - The Charter Cases
Charter Issues Arising From Impaired Driving Cases - A Practitioners Guide This highly anticipated book was written by Justice Joseph Kenkel at the request of readers of his first book on drinking and driving, Impaired Driving in Canada (2009) . This book focuses on Canadian Charter of Rights issues that so often become the focus of impaired ...