Index

Author:David M. Paciocco - Lee Stuesser
Profession:Justice of the Ontario Court of Justice - Professor of Law, Bond University
Pages:601-613
 
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INDEX
Admissibi lity of evidence, 2–5, 11–12
appealing e videntiary errors , 21–23
prelimin ary issues at tri al, 16–19
restricted admissibility, 3–5
standard s of proof, 43–48
Admissions
agent’s, 153
co-accused’s, 154–60
co-conspi rator’s, 154–60
common desig n, 154–60
conduct, as, 150–51
consciousnes s of guilt, 150–51
defi ned , 146
employee’s, 152–53
for mal , 148– 49
hearsay, as, 149
hearsay, based on, 149 –50
informal, 148–49
remedial mea sures, 150–51
silence, by, 150–51
vicar ious, 152–53
Adversari al system, 1
“Air of reality test,” 544 –46
Anti-terrorism Act, 273, 278
Best evidence, r ule, 119, 465–67
Browne v. Dunn, rule, 437–39
Burden of proof
Charter, subs. 24(1), 358–60, 362– 63
Charter, subs. 24(2), 353–60, 362– 63
discoverability, determining,
358– 59
in cases whe re subs. 10(b) was
violated, 360–61
in other case s, 361–62
defi ned, 52 9–30, 53 4–35
derivative ev idence and, 359–60, 368,
380 , 390 –91
“evidentiar y burden,” 538, 541, 544
Prima facie c ase standard. See
Prima facie c ase
“legal burden,” 537–38, 540
subpoena order ing co-accused to
testify, quash ing, 305–7
“tactical bu rden,” 534–35
“ultimate bur den,” 44, 534–35
Business re cords, 168–72, 468
double hearsay, 171
Canada Evide nce Act
jurisdic tion, 7
s. 4(1), 301, 412–15
s. 4(2), 245, 411–12
s. 4(3), 246
s. 4(4), 247, 411–12
s. 4(5), 411–12
s. 4(6), 311–13
s. 5, 288–91, 296–97, 301

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