• Criminal Justice/Criminology


Canadian Criminal Law and the Criminal Code is laid out to mirror the process by which each player in court (i.e. the accused, crown and judiciary) moves through the justice system chronologically, from pre-trial procedures through defences and sentencing. Key sections of the Criminal Code are included throughout and brought to life through contemporary case studies and compelling discussion questions aimed towards engaging the students fully with the material, which consists of the most up-to-date judgements and statutes of any Criminal Law text available. This text also explores in each chapter how our Canadian Criminal Law system disproportionally affects Indigenous Peoples and details in various instances how Indigenous ways of knowing can be applied to Criminal Law.

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