The How to Homicide (Archived Video Stream) 

Feb. 11, 2012
Toronto Online

ARCHIVED VIDEO STREAM

This is the archived version of a program presented on February 11, 2012.  This will not become available until 2 weeks after the orginal program date.  To order this format please click on the "REGISTER NOW" button.   

Prosecuting or defending a case of homicide presents one of the biggest challenges for both the defence and Crown counsel. How do you best approach a murder bail hearing? What questions do you ask at a preliminary inquiry? What pre-trial motions do you bring? What are the evidentiary issues that you should be looking out for? And what happens when you end up with a sticky ethical problem? From bail hearings to preliminary inquiries, pre-trial motions to closing submissions, hear senior criminal practitioners and members of the judiciary give their thoughts, tips and advice on how to strategize when handling all of these critical issues.

Program Chairs:

Suhail A.Q. Akhtar, Ministry of the Attorney General-Criminal Law Division-Crown Attorney's Office
Scott Bergman, Cooper, Sandler, Kaufman & Shime LLP
Lesley Pasquino, Assistant Crown Attorney, Ministry of the Attorney General, Criminal Law Division

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