R. v. Rossi, 2017 ONCJ 443

JurisdictionOntario
Subject MatterCIVIL RIGHTS,CRIMINAL LAW
Citation2017 ONCJ 443
CourtOntario Court of Justice General Division (Canada)
Date30 June 2017
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8 practice notes
  • R. v. Truong,
    • Canada
    • Ontario Court of Justice General Division (Canada)
    • December 22, 2020
    ...ss. 9 and 10(b). 148 days. R. v. Diclemente, 2017 ONCJ 550 – Two-day trial. Alleged violations of s. 9 and 10(b). 84 days. R. v. Rossi, 2017 ONCJ 443 – Three-day trial. (Alleged violations of ss. 9 and 10(b). 15 days. Note: The trial was conducted on non-consecutive R. v. Suyat-Pavalaraj, 2......
  • R. v. Turcotte, 2017 ONCJ 716
    • Canada
    • Ontario Court of Justice General Division (Canada)
    • October 27, 2017
    ...a five minute delay while the officer conducted a pat-down search and lodged the arrestee in the back of the cruiser and in R. v. Rossi, 2017 ONCJ 443, where Henschel J. declined to find a breach where the female arresting officer delayed for seven minutes so a male officer could search the......
  • R. v. Ndaye, 2018 ONCJ 557
    • Canada
    • Ontario Court of Justice General Division (Canada)
    • July 27, 2018
    ...concerns, or even by the officer performing reasonably, necessary tasks (see R. v. Foster (2017) ONCJ 624 per Jaffe, J.; R. v. Rossi (2017) ONCJ 443 per Henschel, J. for but two examples). However, the delay that occurred here, although brief, was not for any of those reasons. It was t......
  • R. v. Alilovic,
    • Canada
    • Ontario Court of Justice General Division (Canada)
    • December 2, 2022
    ...Section 10(b) breaches were not found in the following cases: ·       R. v. Rossi, 2017 ONCJ 443, where there was a seven-minute delay for search incident to arrest, to retrieve a cell phone at the accused’s request, and to calm the accused ·&#......
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8 cases
  • R. v. Truong,
    • Canada
    • Ontario Court of Justice General Division (Canada)
    • December 22, 2020
    ...ss. 9 and 10(b). 148 days. R. v. Diclemente, 2017 ONCJ 550 – Two-day trial. Alleged violations of s. 9 and 10(b). 84 days. R. v. Rossi, 2017 ONCJ 443 – Three-day trial. (Alleged violations of ss. 9 and 10(b). 15 days. Note: The trial was conducted on non-consecutive R. v. Suyat-Pavalaraj, 2......
  • R. v. Turcotte, 2017 ONCJ 716
    • Canada
    • Ontario Court of Justice General Division (Canada)
    • October 27, 2017
    ...a five minute delay while the officer conducted a pat-down search and lodged the arrestee in the back of the cruiser and in R. v. Rossi, 2017 ONCJ 443, where Henschel J. declined to find a breach where the female arresting officer delayed for seven minutes so a male officer could search the......
  • R. v. Ndaye, 2018 ONCJ 557
    • Canada
    • Ontario Court of Justice General Division (Canada)
    • July 27, 2018
    ...concerns, or even by the officer performing reasonably, necessary tasks (see R. v. Foster (2017) ONCJ 624 per Jaffe, J.; R. v. Rossi (2017) ONCJ 443 per Henschel, J. for but two examples). However, the delay that occurred here, although brief, was not for any of those reasons. It was t......
  • R. v. Alilovic,
    • Canada
    • Ontario Court of Justice General Division (Canada)
    • December 2, 2022
    ...Section 10(b) breaches were not found in the following cases: ·       R. v. Rossi, 2017 ONCJ 443, where there was a seven-minute delay for search incident to arrest, to retrieve a cell phone at the accused’s request, and to calm the accused ·&#......
  • Request a trial to view additional results

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