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MANITOBA LAW JOURNAL|VOLUME 41 ISSUE 4 2018

Edited by RICHARD JOCHELSON, AMAR KHODAY, AND DAVID IRELAND

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Towards a Crim Community – Here We Go Again

ANNA TOURTCHANINOVA AND BRENDAN ROZIERE

Terrorism, National Security, and Transnational Crime

(Where is) the Tipping Point for Governmental Regulation of Canadian Lawyers? Perhaps it is in Paradise: Critically Assessing Regulation of Lawyer Involvement with Money Laundering After Canada (Attorney General) v Federation of Law Societies of Canada

REBECCA BROMWICH


Police Independence vs Military Discipline: Democratic Policing in the Canadian Forces

JONATHAN AVEY

The Problem of “Relevance”: Intelligence to Evidence Lessons from UK  Terrorism Prosecutions

LEAH WEST

Vulnerable Populations: Delay, Sentencing and Removal

R v Jordan: A Ticking Time Bomb

KEARA LUNDRIGAN

A Bad Deal: British Columbia’s Emphasis on Deterrence and Increasing Prison Sentences for Street-Level Fentanyl Traffickers
HALEY HRYMAK

In the Aftermath of R v Pham: A Comment on Certainty of Removal and Mitigation of Sentences

SASHA BAGLAY

The Judiciary: Disclosure, Exclusion, and Instruction

Disclosure in the 21st Century: A Comparative Analysis of Three Approaches to the Information Economy in the Guilty Plea Process

MYLES ANEVICH

An Analysis of Third Party Record Applications Under the Mills Regime, 2012-2017: The Right to Full Answer and Defence versus Rights to Privacy and Equality
HEATHER DONKERS

 

Section 24(2) of the Charter: Exploring the Role of Police Conduct in the Grant Analysis

PATRICK MCGUINTY

 

The WD Revolution

LISA A. SILVER