“It addresses what a lot of evidence texts lack: specific application to everyday criminal court issues.”
— Justice Scott N. Latimer
"This text will quickly become a valued clinical tool. It truly leaves no evidentiary stone unturned."
— Justice David H. Doherty
"This treatise comes to market with a ton of credibility. Its authors include some of the leading voices of the criminal bar on both sides of the aisle and one of the most universally respected and admired judges. It will quickly become a must-own and must-read book."
— Nader R. Hasan
"The breadth of the authors’ knowledge and experience no doubt helps to account for the balanced approach of the text and its depth of coverage...Modern Criminal Evidence is unique in its approach to interpreting the law of evidence in Canada in that it deftly straddles the line between academic treatise and practitioner’s handbook."
— Erin Dann, Embry Dann LLP
"Modern Criminal Evidence is an invaluable resource for students...It succinctly and accurately summarizes complex areas of law while providing valuable practice tips, summaries and checklists. For law professors using a “problem-based approach” in an introductory Evidence course, this book can usefully serve as either the course text or a key reference text."
— Dale Ives, Adjunct Professor, University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law