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Prosecuting and Defending Sexual Offence Cases
A Practitioner's Handbook
Volume 4
(Emond's Criminal Law Series)


Auteur(s) :
Brown, Daniel; Witkin, Jill
Éditeur :
Emond Publishing
Année :
2017
Nombre de pages :
446
Type de reliure :
Soft Cover
ISBN :
978-1-77255-082-5
Prix :
115,00 $
Format :
Papier

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Présentation

This text is Volume 4 in Emond’s Criminal Law Series.

Due to their nature, sexual offence cases can pose a variety of complex and unique challenges. Prosecuting and Defending Sexual Offence Cases: A Practitioner’s Handbook is designed to help practitioners overcome various obstacles by focusing on the procedural, evidentiary, and strategic elements specific to these types of cases.

Analysis of case law and relevant Criminal Code provisions are integrated to effectively guide readers through the flow of a sexual offence case. The text addresses key issues encountered at different stages of the process, including those regarding bail, publication bans, and sentencing. It also delves deeply into evidentiary issues such as establishing consent, discussion of the complainant’s sexual history, the admission of third party records, and the taking of children’s evidence. Moreover, this is the first text on sexual assault cases to deal with the rights of victims and their representation, which is done in part by exploring the new Canadian Victims Bill of Rights.

Authored by criminal defence lawyer Daniel Brown and Crown prosecutor Jill Witkin, the text provides practice information valuable to any current and aspiring Crowns, defence lawyers, and judges. Their ample coverage of both evidence and policy makes this text an essential resource on all facets of litigating sexual offence cases.

Features

  • Foreword by Marie Henein
  • Comprehensive discussion on DNA evidence specific to sexual offence cases, written by special contributor Dr. Cecilia Hageman, criminal lawyer and forensic scientist
  • Ample coverage of new legislation, specifically the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights, by criminal defence lawyer Dawne Way
  • Expert contributions by criminal defence lawyer Adam Weisberg related to initial considerations and defence perspective
  • Unique insight into Section 276 by Assistant Crown Attorney Meaghan Cunningham
  • Key commentary, from both Crown and defence, on advocacy and trial strategy
  • Practical checklists, tables, and sample consent forms

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