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CRIM-135 - Midterm Study Guide

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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 135
Professor
John Ferguson
Semester
Winter

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Midterm Study GuideCriminology 135 Guideline The Role of LawSources of Canadian LawTelling of Two Tales online reading Individual perspectiveeach persons opinion on the lawHow we understand it todayTheoretical perspectives Sources of law history of law in Canadahow country got createdBNAprovinces given power to create policing and courts federal government creates criminal law section 91 92 powers of creating legislation Constitutionrepatriated BNAseparates Canada from Britain Charter of Rights 1982 repatriated version of Constitutionpolice courts government act in a certain fashion in respect to the individualrights Law Interpreted How is law interpreted Courts interpret lawAppeal not another trial appeal of an issue from previous trial mistake of law mistake of factjury cannot be appealedPlain meaning Golden rule Hadens meaning3 PrinciplesPrecedent R v LaChapelleplaygroundLegislative foundation of Canadian Law BNA Bill of RightsFederal statute articulating rights of individual Little authority1
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