Sentencing: Principles and Practice, 2nd Edition
, Danielle Robitaille
, Maya Borooah
General Editor(s): Brian H. Greenspan
, Vincenzo Rondinelli
Sentencing: Principles and Practice, 2nd Edition serves as a concise and practical treatment of all sentencing issues in the Canadian criminal justice system, incorporating both Crown and defence perspectives. Building on general principles, this text tackles both common and unusual sentencing issues and questions, and pragmatically discusses plea negotiations, procedure and advocacy, dangerous offenders, types of sentences, Charter considerations, appellate issues, and ancillary orders, as well as post-sentencing issues.
In the second edition, Criminal defence counsel Danielle Robitaille and assistant Crown attorney Erin Winocur are joined by co-author Maya Borooah, a defence lawyer specializing in criminal and regulatory litigation. Drawing on their combined expertise, the authors inject their perspectives and experiences as front-line advocates, providing readers with a constructive and balanced discussion of the topic. The experienced authors and contributors have written chapters dedicated to various areas of practice, creating a comprehensive reference that thoroughly explores an array of themes relating to sentencing.
This text is Volume 12 in Emond’s Criminal Law Series.
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