Unsettled Legacy: Thirty Years of Criminal Justice under the Charter
Available in the Osgoode Hall Law School Library
After thirty years, what effect has the Charter had on the justness of the Canadian criminal justice system? This thought-provoking collection of essays by a group of leading criminal law scholars explores that very question, critically examining the ways in which the Charter has shaped Canadian criminal law and its administration.
Edited by Professors Benjamin L. Berger and James Stribopoulos of Osgoode Hall Law School, these essays offer insight into every facet of the Charter's influence over how crimes are defined, investigated and prosecuted. The result is an invaluable resource for scholars, practitioners and judges interested in criminal justice in Canada.
Canada. Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms--Congresses; Criminal justice; Administration of--Congresses; Criminal law--Congresses; Canada
Constitutional Law | Criminal Law
Berger, Benjamin L. and Stribopoulos, James, "Unsettled Legacy: Thirty Years of Criminal Justice under the Charter" (2012). Books. 11.