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MANITOBA LAW JOURNAL|PREPRINTS VOLUME 46 (2023 & AFTER)

We would like to acknowledge the support of the Faculty of Law Legal Research Institute in making these publications possible

EDITORS: DR. RICHARD JOCHELSON, PROFESSOR BRANDON TRASK, DR. MELANIE MURCHISON, DR. REBECCA JAREMKO, DR. JAMES GACEK, VICKY LIU (STUDENT EDITOR)

2023

“Interrogators often use honey, not vinegar, in pursuit of the truth”: Resistance, the Constitutional Right to Silence and Judicial Responses to Cell-Plant Operations

A M A R  K H O D A Y

Criminal Wealth Law: From Maple Syrup to Hells Angels and Unexplained Wealth Orders

M I C H E L L E  G A L L A N T

Obstructed Gynecology: Inaccess to Reproductive Health Care for Incarcerated Women as a Violation of Section 7 of the Charter

M E G A N  M A C K I N N O N

Harm to Self-Identity: Reading Goffman to Reassess the Use of Surreptitious Recordings as Evidence

R O B E R T  D I A B

 Criminalizing Coercive Control in Canada: Learning from an International Comparative Analysis 

JOEY CARRIER 

To Serve and Protect the Mental Cost of Policing

N I K K I  B O G G S

Establishing Police Accountability: How Do We Stop Charter Violations from Happening?

L A U R E N  G O W L E R

Racializing Terror: Reassessing the Motive of the Motive Clause

P R A B J O T  S I N G H

 

Body Worn Cameras (BWCS): Privacy vs Solid Evidence

S T A N I S L A V A  Z G U R O V A

 Charter, Constitutionality and the Honour of the Crown: Considering an Additional Constraint 

ADAM STRÖMBERGSSON-DENORA & REBECCA JAREMKO BROMWICH

 Ending Human-Animal Maltreatment Cycles Through the Use of Trauma-Informed Therapy 

JESSICA A. CHAPMAN

Limitations of the Common Law Adversarial Process: How Independent Judicial Research Could Have Avoided the Wrongful Conviction in R v Mullins-Johnson

H E A T H E R  H U I - L I T W I N

Mr. Big Operation Scripts Post-Hart

A N D R E W  E Y E R

Vitiating Consent for Sexual Assault Causing Bodily Harm: Should Jobidon Apply to Sexual Activities?

M O N A  A B D O L R A Z A G H I

Zora, the Charter, and the Youth Criminal Justice Act: Defending the Rights of Youths is the Responsibility of all Court Participants

H I L L A R I E  T A S C H E

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