"The reader is provided with concrete suggestions on how to handle questioning of expert witnesses in a variety of areas and explanations of the most common hypothetical scenarios that could reasonably be thought to apply in any given case. It is, quite frankly, the best material for lawyers I have ever read on the subject matter."
—Brock Jones, BA, MA, JD
Excerpt from For The Defence, Vol. 38, No. 5
"Prosecuting and Defending Sexual Offence Cases: A Practitioner’s Handbook is an essential source for explaining sexual offences and the various aspects involved in prosecuting and defending them. It should be considered a required text for any criminal lawyer who deals with sexual offence cases and is a useful resource for law students and interested laypersons. The handbook puts legal theory into every day practice. It is recommended as a 'must have' for any lawyer, student-at-law or reader interested in this very challenging area of criminal practice."
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Excerpt from Robson Crim Legal Blog