A person accused of a crime is entitled to virtually automatic disclosure of all the information in possession of the Crown and the police that were created as a result of the investigation of the accused that are not clearly irrelevant. However, sometimes highly relevant information may in possession of a third party or institution….

Typically a person who is accused of a crime is entitled to know the names of everyone who provides evidence against them in a criminal proceedings and they are usually entitled to confront that person in court with a view to discrediting them as a witness. One major exception to this is when a person…

Often times, a person will face charges based on what the police find at their house when they execute a search warrant. A search warrant is a legal document issued by a judge or the justice of the peace that authorizes the police to perform a search of a specific place to look for specific…

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