If you have any
questions about this assignment please phone or contact Mr.
Spencer via e-mail.
Refer to your textbook
All About Law Fifth Edition by Gibson, Murphy, Jarman
and Grant, Nelson,
Toronto 2003 (ISBN: 0-17-620148-3)
Summative Evaluation Review
Your Final Evaluation is 1 hour long. It contains the
Part A: Multiple
Part B: Terms: Definitions and Significance
Part C: Short Answer
Part D: Long Answer
In order to prepare and study for the Final Evaluation,
you should review the following:
Bring your textbook "All About Law" to the Final
Evaluation. There will be some Final Evaluation questions
about specific pages in your textbook.
Terms: Define each term
and explain the significance to the study of Canadian
A. Grenville and William Davis Courthouse
absolute liability offence
balance of probabilities
beyond a reasonable doubt
child friendly courts
Code of Hammurabi
French Civil Code
House of Commons
industrial design protection
Justice of the Peace
Rule of Law
rule of precedent
second degree murder
small claims court
Statute of Westminister
Supreme Court of Canada
video remand room
Wills and Estates
Evaluation Outline for Canadian
with Mr. Spencer
1. Innocent people serving
time in Canadian prisons.
2. Canada's high rate of aboriginal people serving time in
1. Describe what you learned
from doing the CU.
2. What did you learn from our field trip to the Brampton
Court House and the Peel Regional Police Station?
3. What is the advantage of giving the Federal Government of
Canada the authority to create criminal law?
4. What can the law enforcement system and court system
learn from the mistakes made in the Donald Marshall
5. Why do we need laws? Explain.
6. Why does technology require new laws every few years to
7. Which government has jurisdiction over natural resources
and education? Why?
8. Why is there overlapping jurisdiction between the federal
and provincial governments for taxes?
9. Why is it important to have the source and date when
gathering newspaper articles about law issues? Explain.
10. What is the significance of the Criminal Code in
11. List all the different names given to a crown
12. Does the media usually follow the principle "presumed
innocent until proven guilty". Explain.
13. Why is money paid to the government as punishment for
criminal acts? Explain.
14. List the factors that could contribute to a life of
15. Describe the characteristics about a typical inmate
serving time in a Canadian penitentiary.
16. Describe a career in the legal or law enforcement
industry. Describe the kind education and training
17. How does making bootleg copies of computer software and
music CD's negatively affect the creators? Explain.
18. Describe what you learned from the presentation by a
Peel Regional Police Constable.
19. Describe what you learned from the presentation by a
to the Law Units