Ghomeshi Trial: Communication Between Witnesses

In Case Comments, Character Evidence, Character Evidence, Criminal Law, Evidence Law, Sexual Assault, Teaching Capsules by Peter Sankoff2 Comments

In this video blog, I take a look at the ongoing Ghomeshi trial and assess the meaning of cross-examination that took place with the third complainant.  One subject of that cross was the fact that she had exchanged at least 5000 messages with another complainant. What is the meaning of this?  How does it affect the Crown’s case?  I explore all those issues in this VBlog.

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