R. v. Partridge (J.), 2007 NUCJ 13

JudgeKilpatrick, J.
CourtNunavut Court of Justice (Canada)
Case DateMay 01, 2007
JurisdictionNunavut
Citations2007 NUCJ 13;[2007] Nunavut Cases (CJ) 13

R. v. Partridge (J.), [2007] Nunavut Cases (CJ) 13

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Temp. Cite: [2007] Nunavut Cases TBEd. MY.376

Her Majesty the Queen (prosecutor) v. Jimmy Partridge (accused)

(08-06-475; 2007 NUCJ 13)

Indexed As: R. v. Partridge (J.)

Nunavut Court of Justice

Iqaluit

Kilpatrick, J.

May 24, 2007.

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Criminal Law - Topic 5340

Evidence and witnesses - Confessions and voluntary statements - Admissibility - Effect of mental capacity of accused - See paragraphs 8 to 30.

Criminal Law - Topic 5355

Evidence and witnesses - Confessions and voluntary statements - Whether statement was made freely and voluntarily - See paragraphs 8 to 30.

Counsel:

Susan Ryan and Paul Bychok, for the prosecutor;

Christian Lyons, for the accused.

This action was heard on March 23 and May 1, 2007, by Kilpatrick, J., of the Nunavut Court of Justice, who released the following judgment on May 24, 2007.

Please note: The following judgment has not been edited.

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  • R. v. Reeves (R.V.A.), [2011] B.C.T.C. Uned. 1513
    • Canada
    • British Columbia Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • 8 Noviembre 2011
    ...compulsion to confess could not displace the finding of an operating mind. [21] In another recent well-reasoned decision, R. v. Partridge, 2007 NUCJ 13, Kilpatrick J. of the Nunavut Court of Justice, provides a helpful analysis of the confessions rule as it applies to the operating mind tes......
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  • R. v. Reeves (R.V.A.), [2011] B.C.T.C. Uned. 1513
    • Canada
    • British Columbia Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • 8 Noviembre 2011
    ...compulsion to confess could not displace the finding of an operating mind. [21] In another recent well-reasoned decision, R. v. Partridge, 2007 NUCJ 13, Kilpatrick J. of the Nunavut Court of Justice, provides a helpful analysis of the confessions rule as it applies to the operating mind tes......

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