Case Law
The Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld more than $400,000 in damages awarded to a woman because the police failed to protect her confidentiality after she provided information to them.
Police had a duty to enter an apartment to check on its occupant’s safety during a domestic abuse call.
Harbouring a suspicion of illegal activity did not render a legitimate traffic stop unlawful, Alberta’s highest court found.
The manner in which police carry out an investigative detention can make it arbitrary, Newfoundland’s highest court has ruled.
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