Bellamy is driving home from school, when Anastasia, driving under the influence of alcohol, loses control of her truck and slams into Bellamy's car. What category of criminal law determines if Anastasia's conduct is punishable by the state?
When did common law stop allowing legal counsel for the accused in rape cases to QUESTION the complainant about her reputation and prior sexual activity in the hope of convincing the jury that she had consented to the sexual activity in QUESTION?
In 2013, the Supreme Court held Alberta's Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) to be unconstitutional, holding that a person's right to freedom of expression during a labour strike offsets the person's right to control their information in public. Which category of criminal law was at play here?
Which category of criminal law highlights "the primacy of demonstrating legal guilt rather than factual guilt, and raises a number of obstacles to conviction in order to protect the rights of criminal suspects"?