By Alan Kilpatrick
Did you know the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library carries Martin’s Annual Criminal Code? This handy resource, published by Canada Law Book, is indispensable for any criminal law practitioner. Primarily, Martin’s features a fully annotated Criminal Code with over 5,000 reported and unreported cases. It also contains annotated versions of the Canada Evidence Act, the Controlled Drug and Substance Act, the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act, and the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
A new edition is published annually. The library contains a nearly complete set of Martin’s Annual Criminal Codes from the 1960s to the present. Next time you need to know what the Criminal Code looked like several decades ago, feel free to contact the library.
If you have any questions about Martin’s Annual Criminal Code, ask a Law Society Librarian. Library staff provide legal research assistance to members in person, on the telephone, or by email.
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