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A Guide to Conducting Sentencing Hearings in Canada
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Détails des produits
Written by an experienced Provincial Court judge, A Guide to Conducting Sentencing Hearings in Canada is an indispensable resource for legal professionals involved in conducting sentencing hearings in Canada. Its practical and comprehensive format offers quick and reliable answers to all questions related to sentencing hearings, from the initial guilty plea to available sentencing options.
One of the book’s significant strengths is its thorough coverage of applicable sentencing objectives and principles, which are critical for achieving just outcomes. Its extensive list of mitigating and aggravating factors and collateral consequences is the most informative and comprehensive resource available.
- Forum, Bans and Representation
- The Guilty Plea
- Sentence Hearing
- Correcting or Changing an Order
- Aggravating and Mitigating Factors and Collateral Consequences
- Gladue Considerations
- Types of Sentences
- Ancillary Orders
- Plus much more
Who Should Read This Book
A Guide to Conducting Sentencing Hearings in Canada is essential for anyone seeking to conduct sentencing hearings in Canada with confidence and effectiveness. It will be a particularly useful reference book for criminal lawyers, paralegals and judges seeking to stay current with the latest developments in sentencing law. Law schools and libraries will also want to add this new publication to their existing collections.
Table des matières
Chapter 1: Forum, Bans and Representation
Chapter 2: The Guilty Plea
Chapter 3: Reports and Timing of Sentencing
Chapter 4: Sentence Hearing
Chapter 5: Correcting or Changing an Order
Chapter 6: Purpose, Objectives and Principles
Chapter 7: Aggravating and Mitigating Factors and Collateral Consequences
Chapter 8: Pre-Sentence Credit
Chapter 9: Gladue Considerations
Chapter 10: Joint Submissions
Chapter 11: Types of Sentences
Chapter 12: Ancillary Orders
Appendix A: Sentencing Outline
Appendix B: Probation Conditions
Appendix C: Ancillary Orders Picklist