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Money Laundering and Proceeds of Crime

by Robert Hubbard; Fergus ODonnell; Peter DeFreitas & Daniel Murphy

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forensic science, terrorism, international
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list price: $70.00
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published: May 2004
ISBN:9781552210710
publisher: Irwin Law Inc.
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A concise and practical guide to domestic laws dealing with proceeds of crime and money laundering. It includes discussion of the recent amendments to the Criminal Code and new anti-terrorism legislation. This timely text places the Canadian experience in the broader international context.

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Robert Hubbard is senior general counsel for the Department of Justice, Ontario Regional Office. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto Law School, and he was called to the Bar in 1977. He joined the Department of Justice in 1977 as counsel in the Prosecution Section. From 1986 to the present, he has been the Coordinator of Criminal Appeals for the Ontario Regional Office. In addition to arguing appeals in the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada, he has prosecuted a number of complex white collar crime cases. He has given a number of lectures at Law Society of Upper Canada Programmes, Canadian Bar Association Programmes, Prosecutors Seminars, the Bar Admission Course, and other programs. Has written several articles on criminal law subjects and is co-author of the recently published text Wiretapping and other Electronic Surveillance: Law and Procedure.
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Fergus ODonnell is senior counsel for the Department of Justice, Ontario Regional Office. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto Law School. Mr. ODonnell heads the RCMP Integrated Proceeds of Crime Units in London and Newmarket, Ontario. The units are responsible for proceeds of crime investigations in Toronto and southwestern Ontario. They assist investigators, crown attorneys, and foreign investigators to trace and seize the Canadian-based assets of criminals. Mr. ODonnell is a frequent lecturer on proceeds of crime and other criminal law topics at the Ontario Police College and at the Department of Justice in Toronto and Ottawa.
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Peter DeFreitas is counsel for the Department of Justice, Ontario Regional Office. He is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario Law School. He joined the Department of Justice in 1994 as counsel in the Prosecution Section. From 1994 to the present, he has prosecuted offences under the Narcotics Control Act, the Income Tax Act, and the Criminal Code, and he has argued appeals in the Ontario Court of Appeal. He has published a number of articles on criminal law topics and lectured at prosecutors' seminars and training seminars for investigative agencies.
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Daniel Murphy has been a Justice Canada delegate to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force, and the Lyon Group on money laundering for the G8 group. He has acted as an evaluator for mutual evaluations of the anti-money laundering efforts of other countries for the FATF. He has undertaken international training on proceeds of crime and money laundering on behalf of the United nations. He has lectured at the Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime on the issue of money laundering and proceeds of crime. He has also participated, as a speaker, in various United States Department of Justice Training events on proceeds of crime. He has published papers on proceeds of crime in Volume four and six of the Journal of Financial Crime, Henry Stewart Publications and the Dickinson Journal of International Law, The Dickinson School of Law, PennState,. Mr Murphy is responsible for the negotiation of Canada's Sharing Agreements. These agreements recognise foreign assistance in Canada's proceeds of crime cases through sharing of forfeited proceeds of crime. Mr. Murphy co-ordinates all international and domestic sharing of any federally forfeited proceeds of crime.
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