R. v. Zacharias,

JurisdictionFederal Jurisdiction (Canada)
JudgeCôté, Suzanne; Rowe, Malcolm; Martin, Sheilah; Kasirer, Nicholas; O’Bonsawin, Michelle
Docket Number40117
Date01 December 2023
CourtSupreme Court (Canada)
Citation2023 SCC 30
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7 practice notes
  • R v Williams,
    • Canada
    • Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • February 28, 2024
    ...s. 24(2) “asks whether the Charter-infringing state conduct is so serious that the court must dissociate itself from it”: R. v. Zacharias, 2023 SCC 30 at para. 51. To make this determination, the infringing state conduct must be situated on a “scale of culpability”: R. v. Paterson, 2017 SCC......
  • R v Searchwell-Beals,
    • Canada
    • Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • May 24, 2024
    ...is excised and the determination of whether the warrant could have issued is based on what remains after such excision: R. v. Zacharias, 2023 SCC 30 at paras. 30-34; Araujo at para. 52; R. v. Grant, [1993] 3 S.C.R. 223 at p. 42 There is yet another added wrinkle. After final submissions wer......
  • R v Deslandes,
    • Canada
    • Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • April 22, 2024
    ...detention. The unlawfully obtained evidence of his driving status must be excised from the reasonable grounds to arrest: R. v. Zacharias, 2023 SCC 30, (2023), 431 C.C.C. (3d) 421 (Ont. C.A.), at para 44. As there would be no reasonable grounds left to arrest him for this offence, the arrest......
  • R v Singh,
    • Canada
    • Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • March 20, 2024
    ...intended to prevent the state from benefitting from the illegal acts of police officers. See Grant, at para. 50. See also R. v. Zacharias, 2023 SCC 30, [2023] S.C.J. No. 30, at paras. 82 There is no debate that had evidence been obtained in breach of Mr. Singh's constitutional rights, it wo......
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  • R v Williams,
    • Canada
    • Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • February 28, 2024
    ...s. 24(2) “asks whether the Charter-infringing state conduct is so serious that the court must dissociate itself from it”: R. v. Zacharias, 2023 SCC 30 at para. 51. To make this determination, the infringing state conduct must be situated on a “scale of culpability”: R. v. Paterson, 2017 SCC......
  • R v Searchwell-Beals,
    • Canada
    • Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • May 24, 2024
    ...is excised and the determination of whether the warrant could have issued is based on what remains after such excision: R. v. Zacharias, 2023 SCC 30 at paras. 30-34; Araujo at para. 52; R. v. Grant, [1993] 3 S.C.R. 223 at p. 42 There is yet another added wrinkle. After final submissions wer......
  • R v Deslandes,
    • Canada
    • Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • April 22, 2024
    ...detention. The unlawfully obtained evidence of his driving status must be excised from the reasonable grounds to arrest: R. v. Zacharias, 2023 SCC 30, (2023), 431 C.C.C. (3d) 421 (Ont. C.A.), at para 44. As there would be no reasonable grounds left to arrest him for this offence, the arrest......
  • R v Singh,
    • Canada
    • Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • March 20, 2024
    ...intended to prevent the state from benefitting from the illegal acts of police officers. See Grant, at para. 50. See also R. v. Zacharias, 2023 SCC 30, [2023] S.C.J. No. 30, at paras. 82 There is no debate that had evidence been obtained in breach of Mr. Singh's constitutional rights, it wo......
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