Manitoba Law Journal 40(3) Robson Crim Criminal Law Edition

MANITOBA LAW JOURNAL|VOLUME 40 ISSUE 3 2017

Edited by RICHARD JOCHELSON, AMAR KHODAY, AND DAVID IRELAND

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Robson Crim: A Vision for Multivalent Interrogations of Criminal Law

RICHARD JOCHELSON, AMAR KHODAY, AND DAVID IRELAND

 

State Abuses and the Criminal Process

Reforming and Resisting Criminal Law: Criminal Justice and the Tragically Hip

KENT ROACH

 

The Importance of Knowing How a Person Became the Suspect in a Lineup: Multiple Eyewitness Identification Procedures Increase the Risk of Wrongful Conviction
R. C. L. LINDSAY, MICHELLE I. BERTRAND, AND ANDREW M. SMITH

 

Bargaining for Justice: The Road Towards Prosecutorial Accountability in the Plea Bargaining Process

MARIE MANIKIS AND PETER GRBAC

 

BEYOND FINALITY: R v Hart and the Ghosts of Convictions Past

AMAR KHODAY AND JONATHAN AVEY

 

“Jackpot”: The Hang-Up Holding Back the Residual Category of Abuse of Process

JEFFERY COUSE

Perspectives on Injustice: Corrections and Correcting Courts

 

Theorizing the Official Record of Inmate Ashley Smith: Necropolitics, Exclusions, and Multiple Agencies

REBECCA BROMWICH

 

Manitoba’s Mental Health Court: A Consumer Perspective

JOSHUA WATTS AND MICHAEL WEINRATH

Issues in Policing and the Criminal Process

 

Tale of the Tape: Policing Surreptitious Recordings in the Workplace

JOHN BURCHILL

 

Supreme Court of Canada in World Bank Group v Wallace: On Production of Records, Immunities of International Organizations, and the Global Fight Against Corruption
DMYTRO GALAGAN

 

Criminal Sexualities and Sexual Expression

 

Animal Justice and Sexual (Ab)use: Consideration of Legal Recognition of Sentience for Animals in Canada

RICHARD JOCHELSON AND JAMES GACEK

 

Art in the Dichotomy of Freedom of Expression & Obscenity: An Anti- Censorship Perspective

JULIE YAN (Featured Student Paper)

The Constitution and Judicial Activism

 

Voluntary Intoxication and the Charter: Revisiting the Constitutionality of Section 33.1 of the Criminal Code

MICHELLE S. LAWRENCE

 

Making Numbers Count: An Empirical Analysis of “Judicial Activism” in Canada

MELANIE MURCHISON