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Criminal Court Observation
A criminal court observation, conducted at the Superior Court of Ontario (Brampton).
# 135922 | 1,250 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Criminology (General) , Canadian Studies (General)


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This paper presents a criminal court observation that supports the arguments of many judicial observers that the adjudicatory process in Canada today is under significant strain. The paper attempts to highlight that this is as a result of the "weight" of caseloads overwhelming administrative processes that cannot - as they currently exist - support such loads fairly and effectively.

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"This paper represents a criminal court observation, conducted at the Superior Court of Ontario (Brampton). As will be seen, the criminal court observation supports the arguments of many judicial observers that the adjudicatory process in Canada today is under significant strain. This is as a result of the "weight" of caseloads overwhelming administrative processes that cannot - as they currently exist - support such loads fairly and effectively."

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