- Karima Taha (author); Doug King (thesis advisor); Mount Royal University Faculty of Arts Economics, Justice and Policy Studies (Degree granting institution)
- Date issued
- 2022-04-17; 2022-04-17
- The Supreme Court of Canada’s (SCC) evolving understanding of section 24(2) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms has been informed largely by three landmark cases. In R. v. Collins (1987), R. v. Stillman (1997), and R. v. Grant (2009), the Court was required to consider the scope, applicability, and impact of the Charter. The Court’s most recent decision, R. v. Grant (2009), represented a major change to Canada’s constitutional exclusionary rule. A critical analysis of the Grant test will evaluate whether s. 24(2) provides a test that is rigorous enough to preserve the integrity of the administration of justice. This thesis will address criticism relating to the notion that the...
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- Undergraduate Student Research