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Document Henry v. HMTQ

This case considers whether an individual who was wrongfully convicted following the Crown’s unconstitutional failure to disclose relevant information can seek money damages under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, without a finding of malicious conduct on the part … Read More

Document R. v. NLH
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The case concerns the admissibility of a confession obtained during a Mr. Big sting operation. In a Mr. Big operation, a suspect is “recruited” by undercover police officers to join a fictitious criminal organization led by a boss (“Mr. Big”). … Read More

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