"The Canadian criminal Justice system is an adversarial system where two opposing sides present their case before an impartial arbiter. The Crown attorney, representing the government of Canada, and the accused, usually represented by defence counsel, are adversaries during this process" (Antonacci, 2013, p.15).
Antonacci, G. CJ. (2013). McGraw-Hill Ryerson
“adversarial justice system”
“adversary system” law
“adversarial legal system”
(adversarial OR adversary) "trial system" canadian
"common law" (canada OR canadian)