The second edition of Prosecuting and Defending Sexual Offence Cases by Daniel Brown and Jill Witkin, is now available to member’s online through the Member’s Portal.
This new edition contains “new chapters on historical sexual offences and cross-examination on private records, and reflects changes in Bill C-51 pertaining to third party records, other sexual history, and consent. Analysis of case law and relevant Criminal Code provisions have been integrated throughout in order to effectively guide readers through the flow of a sexual offence case.”
- Discussion of the new s. 278.92 regime that governs the use of records in sexual offence cases;
- New section dealing with “myths and stereotypes” in relation to the complainant as well as the accused;
- Key commentary, from both Crown and defence, on advocacy and trial strategy.
This title is the fourth volume in Emond’s Criminal Law Series. Check out the rest of the series in the Library Resources section of the Member’s Portal.