Marie Manikis (U. McGill)

McGill University
Faculty of Law
Chancellor Day Hall
3644 Peel Street, Room 44
Montréal (Qc.) H3A 1W9
Téléphone : (514) 398-6624
Page personnelle

marie.manikis@mcgill.ca

Publications

Manikis, M. (2020). Criminal Justice and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. In JV Roberts and M Grossman (eds), Criminal Justice in Canada : A Reader, 6th ed. Thomson: Toronto.

Manikis, M. (2019). Conceptualizing the victim within criminal justice processes in common law tradition. In D.K. Brown, J. I.Turner and B. Weisser (eds), in The Oxford Handbook of Criminal Process. Oxford: University Press. www

Manikis, M. (2017). The Difficult Road to Accountability: A Study on Complaints Mechanisms to Investigate and Address Victims” Rights Violations.  In J. Desrosiers, M. Garcia et M.-E. Sylvestre (Dir.), Réformer le droit criminel au Canada : défis et possibilités / Criminal Law Reform in Canada: Challenges and Possibilities. Yvon Blais. www

Marie Manikis (2015). Criminal Justice and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. In JV Roberts and M Grossman (eds), Criminal Justice in Canada : A Reader, 5th ed. Thomson: Toronto.

Manikis, Marie (2011). Criminal Justice and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Dans: JV Roberts and M Grossman (eds), in Criminal Justice in Canada: A Reader, 4th ed. Thomson: Toronto.

Manikis, M. and Pascoe, D. (2020). “Making Sense of the Victim’s Role in Clemency Decision-Making” International Review of Victimology, 20:1.

Manikis, M. and De Santi, J. (2019). “Punishing while Presuming Innocence: A Study on Bail Conditions and Administration of Justice Offences in Quebec”. Cahiers de droit, 60:3, 873-904. (Fondation du Barreau du Quebec’s 2018 legal competition prize for best article).

Manikis, M. (2019). “A New Model of the Criminal Justice Process: Victims’ Rights as Advancing Penal Parsimony and Moderation”. Criminal Law Forum, 30:2, 201-223.

Manikis, M. (2019). “Contrasting the Emergence of the Victims’ Movements in the United States and England and Wales”. Societies, 9:2, 35-53.

Manikis, M. and Grbac, P. (2017). Bargaining for Justice: The Road Towards Prosecutorial. Accountability in the Plea Bargaining Process. Manitoba Law Journal, 40(3), 85-110.

Manikis, M. (2017). Expanding participation: A comparative approach to victims as agents of accountability in the criminal justice process, 1 Public Law, 63-80.

Marie Manikis (2016). Towards Accountability and Fairness for Aboriginal People: The Recognition of Gladue as a Principle of Fundamental Justice that Applies to Prosecutors. Canadian Criminal Law Review, 21, 164-184.

Manikis, M. (2015). The recognition of prosecutorial obligations in an era of mandatory minimum sentences of imprisonment and over-representation of Aboriginal people in prisons, Supreme Court Law Review 71:277.

Manikis, Marie (2015). Victim Impact Statements at Sentencing: Towards a Clearer Understanding of their Aims. University of Toronto Law Journal, 65(2), 85-123.

Manikis, M. (2015). Imagining the Future of Victims’ Rights: A Comparative Perspective, Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 13(1):163.

Manikis, Marie (with Julian V. Roberts) (2013). Victim Personal Statements: Latest (and last) Trends from the Witnesses and Victims Experience Survey in England and Wales, Criminology and Criminal Justice, 13, 3, 245.

Manikis, Marie (2012). Recognizing Victims' Role and Rights During Plea Bargaining: A Fair Deal for Victims of Crime, Criminal Law Quarterly, 58:3-4, 411.

Manikis, Marie (2012). Navigating through an obstacle course: The complaints mechanism for victims of crime in England and Wales, Criminology and Criminal Justice, 12, 2, 149.

Manikis, Marie (with Julian V. Roberts) (2011). Recognizing ancillary harm at sentencing: A proportionate and balanced response, Canadian Criminal Law Review, 15, 2, 131.

Manikis, Marie (with Julian V. Roberts) (2010). Victim Impact Statements at Sentencing: The Relevance of Ancillary Harm, Canadian Criminal Law Review, 15, 1, 1-25.

Marie Manikis (2005). Les tribunaux d'arbitrage civils islamiques en Ontario, International Legal Perspectives, 1:1, Canadian Lawyers Abroad.

Manikis, M. (2016). Report on Judicial Delays in Criminal Proceedings. Ottawa: Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.

Marie Manikis (2014). Analysis and Interpretation of the Canadian Victims’ Bill of Rights (Bill C-32) (Ottawa: Office of the Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Crime, Department of Justice Canada)

Marie Manikis (with Julian V. Roberts) (2012). Victims' Needs and the Development of Outcome Measurements (London: Ministry of Justice of England and Wales).

Marie Manikis (with Julian V. Roberts) (2012). Victim Impact Statements in Canada: Recent Guidance from the Courts of Appeal. Victims of Crime Research Digest, Issue No. 5.

Marie Manikis (with Julian V. Roberts) (2011). Victim Personal Statements at Sentencing: A Review of the Empirical Research (London: Office of the Commissioner for Victims and Witnesses of England and Wales).

Marie Manikis (2011). Research findings and legislation on victims' rights in Canada (Ottawa: Senate of Canada).

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