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Tough Crimes

True Cases by Top Canadian Criminal Lawyers

by Hersh Wolch; Richard Peck; William Trudell; Brian Beresh; Fred Ferguson; Christopher D. Evans; Peter Martin; John Vertes; Richard Wolson; Joel Pink; Mark Brayford; Marie Henein; Patrick Fagan; Marilyn Sandford; Thomas Dalby; John Rosen; Earl Levy; Edward L. Greenspan; Noel O'Brien & William Smart, edited by Lorene Shyba, narrator Bonnie Horton

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ISBN:9780968975473
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Tough Crimes is a collection of thoughtful and insightful stories by twenty of Canada’s most prominent criminal lawyers. In the book, they write about cases that had surprising turns, or that presented personal or ethical challenges. We’ve all heard the media’s take on notorious criminals, but when have we had a chance to hear directly from the lawyers who defended or prosecuted them? We’ve all lamented the fate of a person who we think was wrongfully accused, but who better to explain what happened than his or her counsel who was there for the client every step of the way. In Tough Crimes, Edward Greenspan writes on a miscarriage of justice; Richard Wolson and Marilyn Sandford on the wrongfully convicted; Earl Levy on the Toronto Shoeshine Boy murder; Peter Martin on a study of evil; John Rosen on defending Paul Bernardo; Fred Ferguson on child abuse; William Smart on a “Mr. Big” sting; Richard Peck on Air India; Noel O’Brien on corpora delicti; Joel Pink on the Antigonish Beech Hill murders; Brian Beresh and Patrick Fagan on reasonable doubt; Mark Brayford on Robert Latimer; Marie Henein on the wrongfully charged; C.D. Evans on weighing moralities; William Trudell on the Walkerton water treatment disaster; forensic psychologist Thomas Dalby on the Taber school shootings; John Vertes on aboriginal justice; and Hersh Wolch on a young prosecutor’s trial by fire.

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Richard Peck

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William Trudell

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Brian Beresh

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Fred Ferguson

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Lorene Shyba

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Christopher D. Evans

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Peter Martin

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John Vertes

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Richard Wolson

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Joel Pink

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Mark Brayford

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Marie Henein

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Patrick Fagan

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Bonnie Horton

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Marilyn Sandford

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Thomas Dalby

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John Rosen

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Earl Levy

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Edward L. Greenspan

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Noel O'Brien

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William Smart

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Contributor Notes

C.D. Evans QC and Lorene Shyba PhD, Editors Christopher D. Evans QC is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and held the Milvain Visiting Chair in Advocacy at the University of Calgary, Faculty of Law. He is a Life Member of the National Criminal Law Program Faculty. Together with Lorene, he has written and published five books. Lorene Shyba PhD has worked in publishing for over three decades with expertise in writing and editing, print and web design, and video production. Her PhD dissertation won the H.B. Hyne Award for Innovation in Research from the University of Calgary, and she is affiliated as a research adjunct with the School of Creative and Performing Arts.

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18 to 80
Grade:
13 to 17
Editorial Review

Incredible collection of memorable cases ... Readers go behind the scenes as lawyers prepare for difficult cases and see how they handle their clients, witnesses, and other evidence during and after trial. ““Daryl Slade, Calgary Herald”

?Providing a window on their thinking: How do I cross-examine this witness? Do I let my client testify? How do I cope with the horrors? How do I justify defending someone who seems so obviously and abhorrently guilty. ““Colin Perkel, Canadian Press”

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