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Past Law Course Reserves: Evidence I (LAW 351)

Items on course reserve for Evidence I 2015/2016

Title

Call Number

Loan Period 

Checkouts

Sexual offences in Canadian law / Hamish C. Stewart (102001629804)

KF9325 .A6S73 2005

2 hr
IN

1

The practical guide to evidence in criminal cases /
Roger E. Salhany
(902002055920)

KF9660 .S24 2010

2 hr
IN

0

Canadian evidence law in a nutshell / Ronald J. Delisle,
Lisa Dufraimont
(302002048791)

KF9660 .D437 2009

2 hr
​​​​​​​IN

16

The law of evidence / David M. Paciocco, Lee Stuesser (202002132792)

KF8961 .P33 2011

2 hr
​​​​​​​IN

2

Evidence : a Canadian casebook / general editor, Hamish Stewart ; contributing editors, Ronalda Murphy ... [et al.]
(502002086665)

KF8935 .ZA2E95 2011

2 hr
​​​​​​​IN

0

Evidence : principles and problems
(502002093012)

KF8935 .ZA2D45 2012

2 hr
​​​​​​​IN

4

The law of evidence in Canada / Sidney N. Lederman, Alan W. Bryant and Michelle K. Fuerst
(002002184758)

KF8935 .ZA2S665 2014

2 hr
​​​​​​​IN

1

The portable guide to evidence / Michael P. Doherty (902002047245)

KF8935 .ZA2D54 2009

2 hr
​​​​​​​IN

0

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