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Title Putting the state on trial : the policing of protest during the G20 Summit / edited by Margaret E. Beare, Nathalie Des Rosiers, and Abigail C. Deshman.
Imprint Vancouver : UBC Press, 2015.

Series Law and society series.
Law and society series (Vancouver, B.C.) http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2001044761
Subject Group of Twenty. Summit (4th : 2010 : Toronto, Ont.)
Demonstrations -- Law and legislation -- Ontario -- Toronto.
Police power -- Ontario -- Toronto.
Police misconduct -- Ontario -- Toronto.
Police -- Ontario -- Toronto.
Alt Name Beare, Margaret E.,
Des Rosiers, Nathalie, 1959-
Deshman, Abigail C.,
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Based on print version record.
Contents pt. 1 The Context of the G20 Summit: How Predictable Was the Protest's Outcome? -- 1. States, Protest, and Global Capitalism: Putting the G20 in Perspective / Leo Panitch -- 2. Reorganizing Repression: Policing Protest, 1995 -- 2012 / Lesley Wood -- 3. Post-9/11 Policing of Protests: Symbolic but Illusory Law Reform and Real Accountability Gaps / Kent Roach -- 4. Anatomy of a Breach of the Peace: The CCLA and the G20 Summit / Nathalie Des Rosiers -- 5. The Rule of Law on Trial: Police Powers, Public Protest, and the G20 / James Stribopoulos -- pt. 2 Policing the Event: The Role of Law, the Failures of Law, and Civil Society -- 6. Policing as Spectacle and the Politics of Surveillance at the Toronto G20 / Andrew Clement -- 7. Integrated Security Networks: Less, Not More, Accountability / Kimberly Rygiel -- 8. Investigative Detention and Street Checks / Howard F. Morton -- 9. International Law and the Silencing of Social Protest / Jacinthe Poisson.
10. Pacification through "Intelligence" during the Toronto G20 / George S. Rigakos -- pt. 3 After the Event: The Continuing Impact -- Accountability Issues and Lessons to be Learned -- 11. Jury Nullification in Canadian Political Protest Trials: Turning Loose the "12 Angry Men" / Paul Burstein -- 12. Mass Arrest/Mass Epiphany: G20 Policing and the Canadian Wakeup / Meaghan Daniel -- 13. Perceptions of a Protest: Through the Eyes of the Newspapers / Ian Urquhart -- 14. Making the Best of Bad Choices: Inquiry versus Investigations in the G20 Case / Colleen Matthews.
ISBN 9780774828314 (electronic bk.)
0774828315 (electronic bk.)
9780774828321
0774828323
OCLC # 897352664
Additional Format Print version: Putting the state on trial. Law and society series (Vancouver, B.C.) Law and society series (CaOONL)20149077343.


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