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  • Failure to disclose 911 call information ‘should cease’

    Failure to disclose 911 call information ‘should cease’

    Oct 10, 2017

    The Court of Appeal has blasted a policy in the Peel Region Crown attorney’s office, which did not automatically disclose 911 calls to an accused person. In R. v. M.G.T., the court found the fact that such a policy of non-disclosure existed in a Crown’s office in 2017 was “unfathomable.”

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