The Ultimate Cure for Motion Sickness
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: February 2017
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
Success in pre-trial motions are often the key to a successful trial. What's the best way to argue a delay motion after Jordan? How does the Crown lead similar fact evidence? What are the limits of disclosure? What admissions should either side make and how? And what are the biggest pitfalls to avoid in the pre-trial motion process? A highly experienced set of judges, Crown and defence counsel will provide the answers and more. Featuring our unique Institute movie, a wealth of papers written especially for this event, and lunch and refreshments served during the day, this is a program not to be missed.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

The Honourable Suhail Akhtar, Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Toronto)
Michal Sokolski, Crown Attorney's Office (Scarborough)
Scott Bergman, Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP
Lesley Pasquino, Office of Strategic Initiatives, Crown Attorney's Office

TABLE OF CONTENTS

McNeil disclosure: What are the police holding back?
Daniel Goldbloom, Goldbloom Law

Disclosure: The Crown Perspective
Dimitra Tsagaris, Crown Attorney's Office (Scarborough)

Section 11(b): A New Framework
Elena Middelkamp, Crown Attorney's Office (Toronto)

Pointers for Defence Counsel Conducting Judicial Pre-trial Conferences
Liam O'Connor, Rusonik, O'Connor, Robbins, Ross, Gorham & Angelini, LLP

Pretrial Motions In Sexual Assault Prosecutions
Darilynn Allison, Crown Attorney's Office (Peel)
Lesley Pasquino, Guns and Gangs Initiative, Crown Attorney's Office

A Primer on s. 276 Applications
Wayne Cunningham, Cooper, Sandler, Shime and Bergman LLP

Pre-trial Motions: Contesting Admissibility of "Similar Fact" Evidence
Bhavandeep Sodhi, Student-at-Law, Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP

The Admissibility of Confessions made to Undercover Officers during the course of a
"Mr. Big Operation"

Rosemarie Juginovic, Crown Attorney's Office (Scarborough)

Update on Expert Evidence in the Realm of "Soft" Science or Practical Experience
Lindsay Kromm, Crown Attorney's Office (Toronto)

The Statutory Regime Relating to an Accused's Right to a Properly Constituted Jury
Joe Hanna, Crown Attorney's Office (Scarborough)

Five Emerging Issues in the Law of Search and Seizure - Presentation
Randy Schwartz, Crown Law Office Criminal
Susan Chapman, Ursel Phillips Fellows Hopkinson LLP

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