Jury or no jury, that was the question

By John L. Hill (February 9, 2023, 9:17 AM EST) -- The Charter under s. 11(f) preserves the common law right of an accused to be tried by a jury of his or her peers. The Supreme Court of Canada reaffirmed this right in R. v. Krieger 2006 SCC 47. But should an accused always elect to be tried by judge and jury when the nature of the offence permits?...
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