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Charter remedies [s. 24]
Charter remedies [s. 24]
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Are there any decisions released subsequent to the Supreme Court of Canada's decision in R. v. Grant in which an accused's application to have certain evidence excluded on the basis that his/her Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms rights were breached by the police was allowed by the court?
Are there any decisions released subsequent to the Supreme Court of Canada's decision in R. v. Grant, 2009 CarswellOnt 4104 (S.C.C.) in which an accused's application to have certain evidence excluded on the basis that his/her Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms rights were breached by the police was allowed by the court?
At what point does the administration of justice come into such disrepute that subs. 24(2) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms will operate to render evidence inadmissible in a criminal trial?
If a police officer unconstitutionally records a conversation to which he is a party, and both the recording and the transcript of it are excluded from evidence as a s. 24(2) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms remedy, what use can be made of a transcript of the recording by the police officer when he or she testifies about the content of intercepted conversation?
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Cruel and unusual punishment [s. 12]
Demonstrably justified reasonable limit [s. 1]
Life, liberty and security of person [s. 7]
Mobility rights [s. 6]
Non-compellability as witness [s. 11(c)]
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Right to be tried within reasonable time [s. 11(b)]
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