PRACTICE AREA: Criminal

This edition of the Emerging Issues Bulletin discusses the issue of cannabis legalization and the opioid crisis

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The British Columbia Court of Appeal does not have the jurisdiction to stay or suspend a DNA order pending appeal

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Standard caution used by Edmonton Police Service breached accused's right to counsel: Supreme Court of Canada

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Authors Bruce MacFarlane, Robert Frater, and Croft Michaelson discuss recent developments in the law of informer privilege in the forthcoming release of Drug Offences in Canada, 4th edition.

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The Hon. René Marin discusses two recent SCC cases on text messages in the upcoming release of Admissibility of Statements, 9th edition

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As of January 17th Legislative Watch will be available as a NEW add-on subscription to LawSource that will allow users to track individual bills or bills relating to specific statutes for deeper, more efficient research.

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The doctrine of unexplained recent possession allows a fact finder in a case of unexplained recent possession of goods unlawfully obtained to infer that the accused knew that the property was unlawfully obtained.

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Justice minister did not err in ordering extradition of accused to India, relying on assurances of humane treatment

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Text messages sent and received may be protected by s.

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Supreme Court of Canada Reaffirms "Ladder Principle" R.

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This edition of the Emerging Issues Bulletin discusses the issue of cannabis impaired driving

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Enhanced Text and Annotations Library

The enhanced Text and Annotations Library is coming soon in September on WestlawNext Canada.

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