Tainted Evidence

Courts face a difficult task in finding facts at trial. Judges must determine who’s evidence they believe. Judges are able to accept some, none or all of a witnesses’ evidence. The question of which evidence to accept can only be answered by a proper analysis of the...

Jury Selection and Preliminary Inquiries

“Don’t mistake activity for achievement” – John Wooden I kept coming back to this quote as I came across a number of articles discussing proposed changes to the way juries are selected and the availability of preliminary inquiries. Currently both Crown and defence...
Welcome To Pender Litigation

Welcome To Pender Litigation

HATCHER | DESBARATS | WRIGHT | WESTELL Vancouver Criminal Lawyers   On behalf of Jonathan Desbarats, Scott Wright, Kevin Westell and myself, Claire Hatcher, we are thrilled to announce the opening of our new criminal law firm, Pender Litigation, located in the heart...
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