The Exception to Traditional Hearsay Exceptions (10mins)

In Evidence Law, Hearsay, Hearsay, Teaching Capsules by Peter Sankoff1 Comment

In this video blog, I address the Ontario Court of Appeal’s recent decision in R. v. Lougaranth, 2016 ONCA 550which addresses one question: in what circumstances can hearsay that comes within the confines of a traditional hearsay exception nonetheless be excluded?  If you are new to your understanding of the residual exception to the hearsay rule, I strongly suggest you watch my Evidence capsule #15 before watching this video blog.

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  1. An instructive post. People to really know who they want to reach and why or else, they’ll have no way to know what they’re trying to achieve. People need to hear this and have it drilled in their brains..
    Thanks for sharing this great article

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