Criminal

Finding accused fabricated testimony requires independent supporting evidence: Court of Appeal

Finding accused fabricated testimony requires independent supporting evidence: Court of Appeal

Court’s comments on alibi defence show it is still ‘murky area of law,’ says lawyer

Ontario Court of Appeal split over sobriety check of driver which occurred on private driveway

Ontario Court of Appeal split over sobriety check of driver which occurred on private driveway

Hopefully ruling serves to end debate on the extension of s. 48(1) of Highway Traffic Act: lawyer

Ontario’s platform for electronic filing of criminal charges to expand to six courthouses

Ontario’s platform for electronic filing of criminal charges to expand to six courthouses

Initiative aims for seamless flow of information from police to courts

Ombudsman for crime victims backs all recommendations of missing person investigations report

Ombudsman for crime victims backs all recommendations of missing person investigations report

Gloria Epstein, retired Ontario Court of Appeal justice, serves as independent reviewer

Seized firearm excluded from evidence after Court finds police gave misleading testimony

Seized firearm excluded from evidence after Court finds police gave misleading testimony

Sole dispute between Crown and defence was whether accused was lawfully detained

Report lists over 150 recommendations for efficient, bias-free missing person investigations

Report lists over 150 recommendations for efficient, bias-free missing person investigations

Gloria Epstein, retired justice of Ontario Court of Appeal, serves as independent reviewer