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Aboriginal Justice and the Charter
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Foreword / Bruce Granville MillerAcknowledgments1 Introduction2 Aboriginal Aspirations for Justice3 The Current Situation in Canada4 Addressing the Tension5 Realizing the Culturally Sensitive Interpretation of Legal Rights6 The Sentencing Process7 The Trial Phase8 The Investigative Stage9 The Final Resolution10 ConclusionNotesBibliographyIndex

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Instead of focusing on idealized notions of Aboriginal justice, this book explores how Aboriginal justice can be practically implemented without conflicting with rights guaranteed by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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David Milward is an assistant professor of law at the University of Manitoba.

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"David Milward ... has undertaken a remarkably difficult task in Aboriginal Justice and the Charter. In these pages, he considers the broad range of issues necessary to make a case for the creation of free-standing Aboriginal justice programs, conceived and administered by Aboriginal communities themselves ... Milward's work is timely and is a welcome change from the timidity regarding Aboriginal justice reform that has characterized Canada for far too long." -- from the Foreword by Bruce Granville Miller
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