A critical examination of the dramatic changes in criminal justice over the last two decades and the first full-length study of the law and politics of criminal justice in the era of the Charter and victims? rights.Nevertheless, DNA testing sits uneasily with other due- process values because of its focus on factual guilt and the idea that the innocent have nothing to hide. The courts did not take a uniform position on DNA testing. An early Ontario Court ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Due Process and Victims' Rights|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 1999|