Webinar on Demand – Criminal Law Series Part 1 – Disclosure and Pre-Trial Motions
Original Date: April 9, 2021
Price: $95 + GST
Co-Chairs: Judge A.J. Brown, Provincial Court of Alberta, and Paul M. Bourassa, Bourassa Law & Strategic Services
Presenters: Judge G.B. Lepp, Provincial Court of Alberta, Matt Dalidowicz, Crown Prosecutor’s Office, Christine Mainville, Henein Hutchison LLP, and Mathieu St-Germain, Calgary Police Service
Join senior practitioners as well as members of the bench for an in-depth discussion on essential criminal law topics in this 6-part webinar series.
Explore process, procedure and legal implications associated with Stinchcombe, McNeil, Gibbins, and O’Connor disclosure, including the pros and cons of the “kitchen sink boilerplate” in disclosure requests. Consider how disclosure applications may affect various deadlines in dealing with matters, along with navigating Jordan concerns when delaying for receipt of additional disclosure. Also discuss effective use of case management in advance of a trial.
Total Running Time: 1 hour, 16 minutes
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