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A recent decision in R. v. Harflett overturned a drug trafficking conviction, after a judge said a vehicle search breached the Charter. Do you believe most vehicle searches respect the Charter?
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Yes, I feel that for the most part, vehicle searches are conducted with care and caution, and with a strong legal basis.
No, I feel that for the most part, vehicle searches are not conducted with care and caution, and the results of this negatively impact the Canadian courts system.
Start Voting: 4/25/2016|End Voting: 5/25/2016

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