Juries need to hear third-party suspect evidence, Ontario Appeal Court reminds judges

By Christopher Guly (May 13, 2024, 2:14 PM EDT) -- In a 40-page ruling, half of which is devoted to setting out the material facts and evidence regarding a 2016 stabbing in Toronto that left a man dead, the Ontario Court of Appeal has reminded judges that in a jury trial, jurors should be allowed to consider whether someone else could have committed an offence other than the accused whenever such evidence exists....
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