Designed to meet the specific requirements of criminal law practitioners, CriminalSource provides exclusive access to a vast collection of case law. The case law collection includes all cases from Carswell’s Criminal Reports, Motor Vehicle Reports and Immigration Reports law report series and the full text of all the cases reported in the Canadian Criminal Cases law report series. Topical areas include constitutional, evidence and immigration cases as well as criminal law cases. Shortcuts to exclusive annotations of the Criminal Code and related Criminal Statutes and leading commentary from Canada’s judiciary, counsel and academics are available right from the CriminalSource home page. CriminalSource also features all criminal and criminal-related legislation and regulations relevant to the practice of criminal law.
Sources of annotations include:
Annotated Works and Procedural Guides
- Tremeear’s Annotated Criminal Code
- Tremeear’s Related Criminal Statutes
- Cournoyer & Ouimet’s Code criminal annoté
- Crankshaw’s Criminal Code of Canada
- Nadin-Davis Canadian Sentencing Digest
- Nadin-Davis Canadian Sentencing Digest contains virtually all sentencing cases dating from 1970 onward – searchable by section, issue and offence.
Analytical Works and Practice Guides
- Gibson, Canadian Criminal Code Offences - acclaimed practice manual for Crown counsel, defence counsel, judges. Brings together in one place essential information about the most commonly charged Criminal Code offences.
- Gibson, Criminal Law Evidence, Practice and Procedure - guidance to over 60 evidentiary, procedural and practice topics that arise in criminal law practice.
- Segal, Disclosure and Production in Criminal Cases - Authoritative commentary from Murray Segal, the former Deputy Attorney General for Ontario, on the requirements imposed on the Crown, police and defence counsel to disclose the contents of their investigation file and to produce documents prior to a criminal trial.
- Watt's Manual of Criminal Evidence. Authored by Ontario Court of Appeal Justice David Watt. Presents the principles of evidence, topically organized, as a set of evidentiary rules.
- Annual Review of Criminal Law is an annual publication recapping the most significant case law and statutory changes from the preceding year.