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MANITOBA LAW JOURNAL|VOLUME 43 ISSUE 3 2020

 

Edited by RICHARD JOCHELSON, DAVID IRELAND, REBECCA BROMWICH & JAMES GACEK

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Continuing the Conversation: Exploring Current Themes in Criminal Justice and the Law

DAVID IRELAND AND RICHARD JOCHELSON

Reclaiming Prima Facie Exclusionary Rules in Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, and the United States: The Importance of Compensation, Proportionality, and Non-Repetition
KENT ROACH

An Empirical and Qualitative Study of Expert Opinion Evidence in Canadian Terrorism Cases: November 2001 to December 2019 MICHAEL NESBITT AND IAN M. WYLIE

The Unclear Picture of Social Media Evidence

LISA A. SILVER

Cree Law and the Duty to Assist in the Present Day

DAVID MILWARD

Involuntary Detention and Involuntary Treatment Through the Lens of Sections 7 and 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
RUBY DHAND AND KERRI JOFFE

 

Forensic Mental Health Assessments: Optimizing Input to the Courts

HYGIEA CASIANO AND SABRINA DEMETRIOFF

Constructing, Assessing, and Managing the Risk Posed by Intoxicants within Federal Prisons

JAMES GACEK AND ROSEMARY RICCIARDELLI

Mr. Big and the New Common Law Confessions Rule: Five Years in Review

ADELINA IFTENE AND VANESSA L. KINNEAR

Judicial Constructions of Responsibility in Revenge Porn: Judicial Discourse in Non-Consensual Intimate Image Distribution Cases – A Feminist Analysis
ALICIA DUECK-READ

Harm in the Digital Age: Critiquing the Construction of Victims, Harm, and Evidence in Proactive Child Luring Investigations
LAUREN MENZIE AND TARYN HEPBURN

Victim Impact Statements at Canadian Corporate Sentencing

ERIN SHELEY

Robson Hall Law

Robson Crim is committed to criminal law education at Robson Hall & to public legal education; Richard Jochelson, Amar Khoday, David Ireland & David Milward reflect on new Canadian criminal law developments.

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