Be Careful What You Say...A Practical Look At Wiretaps and Hearsay (Archived Video Stream) 

Feb. 6, 2016
Toronto Online


Be Careful What You Say...
A Practical Look At Wiretaps and Hearsay
Criminal Justice | Original Program Date: February 6, 2016

Wiretaps and Hearsay are two of the most complex areas of criminal law. In recent years, they have become a more frequent feature in criminal trials. What happens to an essential witness testimony if they die before trial? Just how far can the defence go in getting disclosure of a confidential informant's information? How does the Co-Conspirator's Hearsay Exception work in practice? What are the new developments in the Step Six procedure? How does a judicially authorized interception overlap with the law of hearsay? What happens when your own witness turns hostile?

Watch our faculty of senior judges and counsel to find out the answers, successfully tackle these issues and so much more. With our renowned fact scenario movie, panels that are not afraid to tackle controversial areas of the law and a set of papers specifically written for this program, you will not want to miss "Be Careful What You Say: Wiretaps and Hearsay".


Michal Sokolski, Deputy Crown Attorney - Acting, Ministry of the Attorney General
Scott Bergman, Cooper, Sandler, Shime & Bergman LLP
Lesley Pasquino, Asst. Crown Attorney, Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General


For full Program Agenda, please click here.


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