Court of appeal reviews principles respecting issuance of a search warrant based on information from paid police informants.
This post summarizes a recent Ontario case in which the availability of sentencing circles for Indigenous offenders was discussed.
Who among us hasn't regretted acts done in the heat of passion? This month’s post explores the partial criminal defence of provocation.
This post discusses a recent Ontario Court of Justice case in which the Court ruled that the Crown must justify keeping defendants in handcuffs in the prisoner's dock.
This post summarizes a recent BC Provincial Court case which discusses the need for creative sentences in cases involving first time offenders.
Issues include failure to remain at the scene of an accident and Immediate Roadside Prohibitions.
This issue discusses threats of violence, dangerous offenders and treatment order.
I have no doubt the Accused was operating the motor vehicle on the date and time in question.
The impact of encrypted information in police investigation and its role in criminal cases.
Recent appeal case finds evidence of impairment insufficient to support conviction for impaired driving.
This post summarises a recent Nova Scotia Supreme Court case in which charges were stayed due to unreasonable delay caused, in part, by late Crown disclosure.
Charlie v. Yukon Territory (Chief Coroner) |
2012 CarswellYukon 107 |
Yukon Territory Supreme Court