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Jury Selection in Criminal Trials

Skills, Science, and the Law

by David M. Tanovich; David Paciocco & Steven Skurka, foreword by David Doherty

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Jury Selection in Criminal Trials is the first publication in Irwin Law's Canadian Legal Skills series. This practical guide for practitioners and the judiciary provides readers with guidance on all aspects of jury selection, from the initial decision to select trial by jury to challenges for cause and peremptory challenges. The authors, all experts in the field, provide commentary, examples, and pinpoint access to case law for both defence counsel and the Crown. The book examines the social science literature on jury selection and analyses actual selection processes in Canadian trials.

About the Authors

David M. Tanovich

David Tanovich is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Windsor where he teaches in the areas of criminal law and procedure, systemic racism, evidence, and legal ethics. Previously, he was a criminal appellate lawyer with Pinkofsky Lockyer where he appeared frequently in the Supreme Court of Canada and Ontario Court of Appeal. He is a former law clerk to Chief Justice Antonio Lamer of the Supreme Court of Canada and an LL.M. graduate of the New York University School of Law. He has published numerous books and articles on criminal law and is frequently cited by appellate and trial courts in Canada.

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David Paciocco

The Honourable Justice David M. Paciocco of the Court of Appeal for Ontario, Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, was formerly a Professor of Law at the University of Ottawa, Common Law Section. While a professor, he served as a prosecutor over a several-year period before engaging in a specialized criminal defence practice. He has written extensively about criminal law and is a frequent lecturer at continuing education programs for judges and lawyers. His academic writings have been relied upon, on numerous occasions, by courts in Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, and by the Privy Council.
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Steven Skurka

Steve Skurka is the legal analyst for CTV. A practising defence attorney, he has defended such landmark cases as the Dee Brown racial profiling case, the Hells Angels anti-gang law case, the Maple Leaf Gardens sex abuse scandal, and the Guy Paul Morin Inquiry. He is a widely regarded and frequently quoted legal analyst and his blog, "The Crime Sheet," has been cited by major publications.

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David Doherty

Mr. Justice David Doherty serves on the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
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Editorial Reviews

"What there is to say about jury selection in Canada, Tanovich, Paciocco and Skurka have said it and they have covered the field. This is the authoritative book on selecting a jury in Canada."

— David Schermbrucker, Criminal Lawyers' Association Volume 18, Number 5, October 1997

"...a lucid and timely exposition of the changing and evolving process of jury selection, designed for the criminal bar ... . That it also demonstrates a range of tactics and techniques for advancing difficult legal arguments makes it more than usually helpful."

— Dianne L. Martin, (1998-1999) 30 Ottawa L. Rev. 318-322

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