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  • 作      者: Alan D. Gold, B.SC., LL.B. & Michael Lacy, B.
  • 出版时间: 2014-11-30
  • 语      言: 英文
  • 价      格: 840HKD
内容简介
Whether you are a defense lawyer, crown counsel, judge or paralegal, this annual annotated publication is a necessary reference for understanding and working within the rules of practice that govern criminal proceedings at all three levels of court in Ontario: Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court of Justice and Ontario Court of Appeal.The perfect companion to the Gold Code, this book provides the information on criminal practice which isn't found in annotated Criminal Code.

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Features and Benefits
•Provides annotation of most recent case law from court decisions in relation to the recently promulgated rules of practice of Ontario Court of Justice (July 1, 2012) and Superior Court of Justice (March 1, 2012)
•Written in an easy-to-follow format, following Alan Gold's five practitioner-centric principles: 1) Analysis, not just annotations
2) Syntheses, not just summaries
3) Case commentaries, not just summaries
4) The point of the cases, not just the cases on point
5) "Cases of note" rather than "cases of not"
•Helpful table of concordance illustrates the differences between the old and current Criminal Appeal Rules
•Offers a one-stop reference guide providing relevant Criminal Code provisions and commentary from LexisNexis Butterworths® The Practitioner's Criminal Code
•Includes cross-references to relevant precedents from LexisNexis Butterworths® The Practitioner's Criminal Precedents, 4th Edition
•Features relevant practice directions issued by courts
What's New?
•Update on court practices such as: production of court transcripts
•Consolidated practice directions for provincial courts and regional courts pertaining to criminal proceedings,/li>
•Insights of recent key cases such as: R. v. Anderson 2014 SCC 41 (review of prosecutorial discretion) and many more

Who Will Benefit?
•Criminal defense lawyers - When conducting criminal defense in compliance with the procedural requirements of the court
•Crown counsel - When conducting prosecution in compliance with the procedural requirements of the court
•Judges - When applying and interpreting the applicable court rules
•Licensed paralegals - Who need to know how to properly defend traffic court charges under the Provincial Offences Act, and minor criminal charges in compliance with the applicable court rules
•Paralegal students - Who need to understand the interplay of the criminal rules of the different levels of courts in Ontario
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