Archive for October, 2019

Archive for October, 2019

Attack on the Rules of Evidence in Sexual Assault Cases.

On behalf of Neuberger & Partners LLP posted in Criminal Defence, Sexual Assault on Monday October 28, 2019.

Joseph A. Neuberger Neuberger & Partners LLP Criminal Defence Lawyers The justice system depends upon public faith to give it legitimacy and that faith must remain intact for both the complainants of crime and the accused. Not only should complainants expect to have their grievances properly heard, an accused must have access to a fair and impartial hearing with procedural and evidentiary protections to ensure a fair trial. In recent...
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Important Strategy to Deal with the Loss of the Preliminary Hearing

On behalf of Neuberger & Partners LLP posted in Criminal Defence on Monday October 21, 2019.

By Joseph Neuberger Neuberger & Partners Criminal Defence Lawyers Preliminary hearings have played an important role in the justice system ever since the Criminal Code of Canada was introduced in 1892. As a result of these hearings, many cases have been granted “stays” of proceedings – meaning that they did not proceed to trial, or charges withdrawn as the Crown often re-assesses reasonable prospect of conviction.  The Crown always has...
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Death of Picking an Impartial Jury

On behalf of Neuberger & Partners LLP posted in Criminal Defence on Thursday October 10, 2019.

Joseph Neuberger, Neuberger & Partners LLP Criminal Defence Lawyers As an adjunct to a previous short piece I penned on Bill C-75, I believe it is important to note another significant blow to our rights in Canada. Among many changes brought in under Bill C-75, the Liberal government also struck a direct blow to the right on an accused person to pick an impartial jury in a criminal trial. In...
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Death of Due Process and Limits to Full Answer and Defence

On behalf of Neuberger & Partners LLP posted in Criminal Defence on Wednesday October 09, 2019.

Joseph Neuberger, Neuberger & Partners LLP Criminal Defence Lawyers   Effective September 19, 2019, the Liberal government struck a blow to due process in the name of political correctness.  Recent amendments to the Criminal Code as amended by Bill C-75 have eliminated preliminary hearings for any offence with a maximum penalty under 14 years of imprisonment.  The government professed that this was to modernize the criminal justice system and to...
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