Principles of Criminal Law by Eric Colvin

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From the back cover: "This highly readable text describes the principles that underlie our criminal process. Selected, authoritative cases and important statutory provisions are reproduced for illustrative purposes. Problems are presented for analysis based on the reader's understanding of the principles gleaned from the text and the primary sources. 

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms has had its greatest impact on criminal procedure. The Charter dimension is fully integrated into the book. 

Current questions addressed include: search and seizure, right to counsel, privilege against self-incrimination, bail and the exclusion of illegally obtained evidence." 

Carswell: 1986.
ISBN: 9780459388706. 340 pp.
Softcover. Very good.  Owner's name clipped out.