Ontario Court of Appeal upholds authorization to intercept private communications as valid
Ontario Court of Appeal holds that Gladue factors are applicable to bail hearings
It is the practice of the RCMP at the Shellbrook Detachment to make the calls for the accused persons.
Alberta Court of Appeal holds maintenance records for breathalyzer instruments are “third party” disclosure and defence counsel will rarely be able to obtain their production because they are not “likely relevant”
This edition of the Emerging Issues Bulletin discusses the changing face of drug trafficking in Canada
No unreasonable search where gun found in plain view during investigative detention
Accused's confession was voluntary where there was no nexus between the decision to confess and an "inducement" made by police
Information provided by an unknown anonymous informant amounted to reasonable and probable grounds to arrest the accused for drug trafficking
Ontario court holds "Gladue" principles apply to bail applications heard by the Court of Appeal
Search of abandoned backpack containing shotgun and ammunition found not to violate accused's s. 8 rights.
Yukon Court of Appeal holds date and locale alleged in indictment are material and must be proven by Crown
BC court grants complainant's application to testify with pet dog on her lap at dangerous offender hearing