Judges must balance privacy rights with administration of justice, court says in ordering retrial

By Christopher Guly (June 9, 2023, 1:49 PM EDT) -- A reasonable expectation of privacy does not apply to the entrance of a condominium building, the Ontario Court of Appeal held in a Crown appeal of a man’s acquittal on multiple counts of possessing controlled drugs and substances for the purpose of trafficking, along with possession of a handgun and ammunition, after a reviewing judge determined that evidence obtained through a general warrant should be excluded....
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