Index

Author:Steve Coughlan
Profession:Professor of Law. Dalhousie University
Pages:467-481
 
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INDEX
Absolute juris diction offence, 38n, 40,
41, 60, 171, 195, 253, 258, 263,
276n, 427
defi ned, 424
Abuse of process 10, 31, 46, 55, 159, 160,
293, 294n, 301–6, 323, 330, 335,
352
defin ed, 430
fair tri al rights and, 301–6
stay of proceedi ngs as remedy,
301–2, 303, 304–6
Accused
address to, 270
joinder and severa nce of, 333–35
Adjournment, 45, 53, 162, 197, 203, 224,
230, 250, 258, 259, 264, 293, 296,
297, 298, 305, 338, 351, 362, 380,
381n, 386, 388, 3 89, 404
Admissibi lity, evidence and, 265–68
Ancillar y powers doctrine, 14, 17–20, 21,
104, 19 9n
defi ned, 424
Anticipatory s earch warrant, 135, 136
Appeal provi sions, 394–408
details of, 397–4 08
curative provi so, 396, 401, 402,
404– 6, 407, 422
defi ned, 426
errors of law and m iscarriages of
justice, 334n, 394, 395, 396,
397, 400, 401–4, 408, 417, 422
procedural ir regularities, 396,
406 –8, 42 2
standard of re view, 395, 397–98
verdicts, unr easonable, 395, 396,
397, 398–401, 402, 417
overview of, 39 4–97
Appeals, 39, 367, 392–423
Canadian Char ter of Rights and Free-
doms and, 409, 410
Criminal Code and, 392, 393, 394,
398n, 408, 411, 419
general, 392–94
indictable offence s, of, 394–418
accused, appe als by, 394–408
appeal provi sions, details of,
397–4 08. See also Appea l
provisions
appeal provi sions, overview of,
394– 97
appeal-relate d issues, other
duty to give reas ons, 411,
414– 18
fresh evidenc e on appeal,
412– 14

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