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MANITOBA LAW JOURNAL|VOLUME 42 ISSUE 3 2019

Edited by RICHARD JOCHELSON, DAVID IRELAND AND REBECCA BROMWICH

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Towards Dialogue in the Crim Disciplines

DAVID IRELAND AND RICHARD JOCHELSON

Sexual and Domestic Violence: Evidence, Critical Discussions and Law Reform

1 Flaming Misogyny or Blindly Zealous Enforcement? The Bizarre Case of R v George

LUCINDA VANDERVORT

39 The Mens Rea of Sexual Assault: How Jury Instructions are Getting it Wrong

PAUL M. ALEXANDER AND KELLY DE LUCA

89 Criminalizing HIV Non-Disclosure: Using Public Health to Inform Criminal Law

DAVINDER SINGH AND KAREN BUSBY

123 Elements of Superior Responsibility for Sexual Violence by Subordinates

GURGEN PETROSSIAN

153 “They Just Don’t Care”: Women Charged with Domestic Violence in Ottawa

ANITA GRACE

189 “Alluring Make-Up or a False Moustache”: Cuerrier and Sexual Fraud Outside of HIV Non-Disclosure

KYLE MCCLEERY

217 Consent and the Constitution

COLTON FEHR

Injustice in Criminal Process: Legal and Socio-Legal Approaches

249 Exoneration and Compensation for the Wrongly Convicted: Enhancing Procedural Justice?

KATHRYN M. CAMPBELL

281 Evaluating Judicial Delay After Jordan: Don’t Throw the Baby Out with the Bathwater

JONATHAN AVEY

303 The Problematically Low Threshold of Evidence in Canadian Extradition Law: An Inquiry into its Origins; and Repercussions in the Case of Hassan Diab
MAEVE W. MCMAHON

365 A Bargain with Justice? A Perspective on Canada’s New Remediation Agreements

PAETRICK SAKOWSKI

385 Importing a Canadian Creation: A Comparative Analysis of Evidentiary Rules Governing the Admissibility of Confessions to ‘Mr. Big’
NATHAN PHELAN

427 Public Contempt and Compassion: Media Biases and Their Effect on Juror Impartiality and Wrongful Convictions
LAUREN CHANCELLOR