Criminal Law Notebook:Legal disclaimer

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THE CRIMINAL LAW NOTEBOOK DOES NOT GIVE LEGAL OPINIONS

The Criminal Law Notebook contains articles on many legal topics; however, no warranty whatsoever is made that any of the materials are accurate. There is absolutely no assurance that any statement contained in an book touching on legal matters is true, correct, or precise. Law varies from place to place and it evolves over time—sometimes quite quickly. Even if a statement made about the law is accurate, it may only be accurate to a single provincial jurisdiction; as well, the law may have changed, been modified or overturned by subsequent development since the entry was made on the Criminal Law Notebook.

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