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2018-05-30

Branconnier v. R. in Word format.

Criminal evidence – admissibility of evidence – confessions rule – free and voluntary nature of confession – police trickery – first degree murder

2018-05-25

Autorité des marchés financiers c. World Financial Group Insurance Agency of Canada Inc. in Word format.

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW – government action – Tribunal administratif des marchés financiers – procedure – admissibility of evidence – hearsay

2018-05-08

Rizzuto v. R. in Word format.

Criminal law — criminal evidence — exclusion of evidence — electronic surveillance — law offices — violation of constitutional rights — solicitor-client privilege

2018-04-25

In the matter : Reference to the Court of Appeal of Quebec pertaining to the constitutional validity of the provisions of article 35 of the Code of Civil Procedure which set at less than $85,000 the exclusive monetary jurisdiction of the Court ... in Word format.

Jurisdiction – Superior Court – provision for costs – discretionary power – constitutional law – conditions for authorization – impecuniosity

2018-04-23

Côté v. R. in Word format.

Criminal — criminal evidence — witness — journalist — summons — cancellation — confidential information — document received from confidential source — protection of the confidentiality of journalistic sources — Canada Evidence Act

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