The Charter and Criminal Justice: Twenty-five Years Later
Available in the Osgoode Hall Law School Library
When the Charter of Rights and Freedoms turned twenty-five in 2007, Professors Jamie Cameron and James Stribopoulos organized a conference which brought together leading thinkers on the Charterand criminal justice. A strong faculty of academics, judges and practitioners debated and discussed the Charter's impact on criminal justice. The papers from this conference, which have now been edited by Professors Cameron and Stribopoulos, provide a fascinating look at how the Charter has transformed the Canadian criminal justice system.
Canada. Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms; Criminal justice; Administration of; Criminal procedure; Criminal law; Civil rights; Canada
Constitutional Law | Criminal Procedure
Cameron, Jamie and Stribopoulos, James, "The Charter and Criminal Justice: Twenty-five Years Later" (2008). Books. 16.