R. v. Snider (J.E.), [2012] B.C.T.C. Uned. 1906 (SC)

JurisdictionBritish Columbia
JudgeGrauer, J.
CourtSupreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
Subject MatterNARCOTIC CONTROL,CRIMINAL LAW,EVIDENCE
Citation[2012] B.C.T.C. Uned. 1906 (SC),2012 BCSC 1906,[2012] B.C.T.C. Uned. 1906
Date12 December 2012
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3 practice notes
  • R. v. Fan (W.X.) et al., [2013] B.C.T.C. Uned. 445 (SC)
    • Canada
    • British Columbia Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • March 15, 2013
    ...justice should be allowed to draw his own inferences and come to his own conclusions. But as Grauer J. recently noted in R. v. Snider , 2012 BCSC 1906 at para. 15, an ITO will not be set aside simply because it contains conclusory statements. In fact, even though conclusory statements canno......
  • R. v. Magee (D.F.), [2014] B.C.T.C. Uned. 384
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • March 10, 2014
    ...informant provided. [53] Even if the evidence does not meet the test for admissible opinion evidence, as pointed out in R. v. Snider, 2012 BCSC 1906, at para. 15, and in R. v. Fan, 2013 BCSC 445, at para. 66, an ITO will not be set aside simply because the affiant makes conclusive statement......
  • R. v. Snider (J.E.), 2014 BCCA 229
    • Canada
    • British Columbia Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • June 10, 2014
    ...of the second warrant turns on that of the first. [3] Mr. Justice Grauer concluded that the first warrant was valid: R. v. Snider , 2012 BCSC 1906 (the "first voir dire "). He then considered the validity of the second warrant and whether the execution of the warrant violated Mr. Snider's r......
3 cases
  • R. v. Fan (W.X.) et al., [2013] B.C.T.C. Uned. 445 (SC)
    • Canada
    • British Columbia Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • March 15, 2013
    ...justice should be allowed to draw his own inferences and come to his own conclusions. But as Grauer J. recently noted in R. v. Snider , 2012 BCSC 1906 at para. 15, an ITO will not be set aside simply because it contains conclusory statements. In fact, even though conclusory statements canno......
  • R. v. Magee (D.F.), [2014] B.C.T.C. Uned. 384
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • March 10, 2014
    ...informant provided. [53] Even if the evidence does not meet the test for admissible opinion evidence, as pointed out in R. v. Snider, 2012 BCSC 1906, at para. 15, and in R. v. Fan, 2013 BCSC 445, at para. 66, an ITO will not be set aside simply because the affiant makes conclusive statement......
  • R. v. Snider (J.E.), 2014 BCCA 229
    • Canada
    • British Columbia Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • June 10, 2014
    ...of the second warrant turns on that of the first. [3] Mr. Justice Grauer concluded that the first warrant was valid: R. v. Snider , 2012 BCSC 1906 (the "first voir dire "). He then considered the validity of the second warrant and whether the execution of the warrant violated Mr. Snider's r......

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