Register for the “Article 8 de la Charte et preuve électronique, deuxième volet” training!


On March 11, from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m., we invite you to attend a highly topical webinar: Article 8 de la charte et preuve électronique, Part II. Our speaker, Me Annie Emond, a renowned criminal lawyer, will discuss section 8 of the Charter in relation to electronic evidence, more specifically the state of the case law on the determination of the reasonableness of a law or state action, as well as the application for constitutional redress, section (24 (2) Charter).


At the end of this webinar, you will be able to :

- Summarize how appellate courts and the Supreme Court have dealt with requests for exclusion of evidence where section 8 has been invoked in relation to technological evidence
- Name decisions that have applied these principles and criteria in relation to reasonable electronic evidence of a law or state action and the application for constitutional redress, section (24 (2) Charter)


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On December 3, Me Emond shared her thoughts and questions inherent to the concept of reasonable expectation of privacy, protection against unreasonable searches and seizures, as well as the principles arising from the decisions of various Quebec and Canadian courts in this regard. If you missed this webinar, we invite you to view it: Attente de vie privée et preuve électronique!



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