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CARLETONLAWS 3307Gary BarnesWinter

LAWS 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Young Offenders Act

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Preamble: give explanation for social context and policy concerns for why parliament enacts new law. 3 (1)(a): protection of the public (b): distinguis
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CARLETONLAWS 3307Mike SmithFall

LAWS 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1 & 2: Youth Criminal Justice Act, Young Offenders Act, Victimology

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Young people between 12 and 17 represent 7% of the canadian pop. ; youth aged 18 to 24 account for 10% By 2026, the non-native pop. under 25 is predict
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CARLETONLAWS 3307Gary BarnesWinter

LAWS 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Publication Ban, Young Offenders Act, Visible Minority

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CARLETONLAWS 3307Mike SmithFall

LAWS 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3 & 4: Youth Criminal Justice Act, The Young Offenders, Criminal Law Of Canada

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7-14 were considered accountable for their actions, but only if the proof od their intention to act was clear and certain. Since april 1, 2003, the cri
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CARLETONLAWS 3307Gary BarnesWinter

LAWS 3307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: The Young Offenders, Plaintext, Young Offenders Act

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CARLETONLAWS 3307John HaleSummer

LAWS 3307 Chapter Notes -Publication Ban, Microform, Criminal Records Act

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CARLETONLAWS 3307John HaleSummer

LAWS 3307 Chapter Notes -Indictable Offence, Jury Trial, Summary Offence

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Lecture 1: criminal procedure in a nutshell. Ages 12-17 is considered youth date of offence is important, not the time of arrest. Seeing a significant
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