Notes

Notes
1
D.L. Bazelon, Questioning Authority 115 (1988).
2
Criminal Code Amendment Act, 1947 c.55
3
Criminal Code Amendment Act, 1948 c.39
4
Report of the Canadian Committee on Corrections 252 (1969).
5
Id. at 253.
7
S.752(a) Criminal Code.
8
S.753 Criminal Code.
9
S.753(b) Criminal Code.
10
Michael Jackson, Sentences That Never End: The Report of the Habitual Offender Study (University of British Columbia Law School, 1982).
11
The Honourable Judge Stewart Leggatt, Report of the Inquiry into Habitual Criminals in Canada (1984).
12
R. v. Steele (1990) 80 CR. (3a) 257.
13
L. Motiuk and S. Seguin, Dangerous Offenders in Canada (C.S.C. Research and Statistics Branch, December 1992).
14
James Bonta et al., The Crown Files Research Project: A Study of Dangerous Offenders (Solicitor General of Canada, 1996).
15
Michael Petrunik, Models of Dangerousness: A Cross-Jurisdictional Review of Dangerousness Legislation and Practice 89 (Solicitor General of Canada, 1994).
16
Corrections and Conditional Release Act, ss.129-132 (S.C. 1992.C.20).
17
J. Lafond, Washington's Sexually Violent Predator Law: A Deliberate Misuse of the Therapeutic State for Social Control, 15 University of Puget Sound Law Review 655 (1992).
18
Young v. Westin, 898 F. Supp. 744 (W.D. Wash. 1995).
19
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (high risk offenders) S.C. 1997 c.17.
20
R. v. Lyons (1987) 2 S.C.R. 309.
21
U.S. Department of Justice, Evaluating Intensive Supervision Probation/Parole: The Results of a Nation-wide Experiment (National Institute of Justice, Research in Brief, May 1993).
22
S.810 Criminal Code.
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