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  • This paper was drawn from materials presented at the Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Proceeds program held in February 2012. It is designed as a starting point for counsel when faced with prosecuting or defending a wiretap case, assisting in identifying non-Charter issues.  
  • 61826.02a
    $45.00
    This paper was drawn from materials presented at the Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Proceeds program held in February 2012. It covers issues that commonly arise as a result of improper execution of a wiretap order or that may arise when the prosecution seeks to introduce the wiretap evidence at trial.
  • This paper was drawn from materials presented at the Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Proceeds program held in February 2012. Read this paper for a review of search principles, privacy principles, Criminal Code sections, and Charter considerations relevant to search warrants.  
  • This resource was drawn from materials provided at the Criminal Law for Legal Support Staff program presented in January 2012. It provides a brief overview of the Criminal law practice area including offences, procedures, and an outline of the criminal process. It includes a disclosure checklist, and two commonly encountered pre-trial scenarios (with defined vocabulary).  
  • This paper was drawn from materials from the February 2012 program entitles Crime and Punishment: New Aspects of Evidence in the Electronic Age. This paper focuses on the use of previously recorded statements and their evidential value. Obtain a refresher on the procedure for using a previously recorded statement to impeach a witness, and then learn of the recent developments regarding the admission of such statements for the truth of their content.  
  • This paper was presented at “Crime and Punishment: New Aspects of Evidence in the Electronic Age”, a LESA program held in February 2012. This paper deals with recent developments in the wire tap law. It covers specific legislative enactments and judicial decisions in state use of electronic surveillance. In addition, this paper examines recent Ontario and Alberta cases regarding live monitoring requirements in wire tap authorizations and the use of an interception equipment feature called “put away”.
  • $295.00
    Criminal Law Fundamentals is an essential resource for any criminal law practice. Prepared by leading criminal practitioners, this publication provides you with the necessary tools to navigate the criminal justice system and build your practice. Highlights include chapters on judicial interim release, classification of offences and elections, preliminary inquiries, indictments, trial, and sentencing.
  • $45.00
    This paper summarizes recent and significant changes to the criminal law in legislatioin and case law. Topics include sentencing, the "Carter Defence", Charter developments, and disclosure of police records. This paper was presented at the Update 2011 program.