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CRIMINAL LAW - FINAL EXAM 2013 PART 1: SECTION 9 (ARBITRARY DETENTION AND ARREST) R v Grant 2009 SCC R v Suberu 2009 SCC PART 2: SECTION 10(B) (RIGHT TO COUNSEL) Informational/Implementational duty Christie v York 2008 SCC R v GJ 2009 R v Sinclair 2010 SCC Bond "Cost of the Crisis" PART 3: SECTION 8, SEARCH AND SEIZURE R v Tessling 2004 SCC R v Patrick 2009 SCC Hunter v Southam 1984 SCC + steps R v Golden 2001 SCC R v Bonds 2010 ONCJ PART 4: EXCLUSION OF EVIDENCE Charter analysis sequence for exclusion notes Grant/Harrison test for exclusion R v Harrison 2009 SCC R v Grant 2009 SCC R v Kang Brown 2008 SCC R v AM 2008 SCC WINTER SEMESTER - PART 1: EVIDENCE AND PROOF Woolmington v DPP 1935 R v Oakes 1986 SCC R v Whyte 1988 SCC R v Keegstra 1990 SCC R v Downey 1992 SCC (presumption of innocence) R v Lifchus 1997 SCC R v Star 2000 SCC Figure 1: Doubt Mountain (s. 9 and s 8 offences and defences) PART 2: ACTUS REUS REQUIREMENTS Kilbride v Lake 1962 R v Brown 1997 ONCA R v Thornton 1991 ONCA R v Currier 1998 SCC R v Mabior 2012 SCC R v DC 2012 SCC Homicide Matrix Pagett v The Queen 1983 Intervening Acts Where Causation Can be Severed Smithers v The Queen 1978 SCC

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