A judge can only accept testimony or other forms of evidence (like documents or photographs) in a trial if they are relevant to an issue the judge must decide.
People are often more satisfied with outcomes they agree on than with decisions imposed by a third party, even when the third party is a judge.
The Canadian Criminal Code gives similar names to two very different sentences.
On July 22, 2015, filmmaker Hilary Pryor of Maystreet Productions and her crew descended on Courtroom 102 in the Victoria Courthouse to film a segment for a documentary on brain i
The B.C. Provincial Court appears to be the only criminal trial court in Canada that provides remote online access to adult criminal court case information.