Sometimes the bizarre actions of a moment in time appear less absurd when seen in their context. Regrettably that is not the case here.
This edition of the Emerging Issues Bulletin discusses the issue of cannabis legalization and the opioid crisis
The British Columbia Court of Appeal does not have the jurisdiction to stay or suspend a DNA order pending appeal
Standard caution used by Edmonton Police Service breached accused's right to counsel: Supreme Court of Canada
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.
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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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.
Justice minister did not err in ordering extradition of accused to India, relying on assurances of humane treatment
Text messages sent and received may be protected by s.
Supreme Court of Canada Reaffirms "Ladder Principle"
This edition of the Emerging Issues Bulletin discusses the issue of cannabis impaired driving