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The Credibility and Reliability of Memory at Trial

Judges and juries are expected to determine if a complainant’s memory is reliable and can get it wrong with devastating consequences.

September 6, 2022

‘Ghomeshi Rules’ Declared Constitutional by the Supreme Court of Canada

The controversial new legislation for admissibility of private records in possession of the accused has been declared constitutional.

August 23, 2022

The Nagging Issue of Credibility Contests and Uneven Scrutiny

Systemic incoherence plagues Canadian courts in sexual assault cases since the 1980s.

August 18, 2022

Not Wearing a Condom Can Now Be a Form of ‘Sexual Violence’

Carceral feminist theory gets another win in the Supreme Court of Canada.

August 8, 2022

When Stalkers Never Stop Stalking – Even in Court

An obsessed woman stalked her ex-lover then demanded she personally cross-examine him in court.

August 2, 2022

An Activist Supreme Court of Canada

The effect of activist groups on interpretation and influence within the supreme court.

February 6, 2021