Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Evidence-exclusion changes called risk to Charter - Globe And Mail

By Kirk Makin:

There is an alarming move afoot at the highest levels of the judiciary to relax a long-standing prohibition against using evidence obtained through investigative shortcuts, according to two highly respected criminal law academics.

"If we stop excluding evidence, the Charter is going to be dead," Queen's University law professor Don Stuart told a conference at the Law Society of Upper Canada. "This is where the rubber hits the road. I really do think we're at a crossroads."...

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