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Department
Law & Society
Course
LY205
Professor
Patricia O' Reilly
Semester
Fall

Description
Crim Law in Canada October 2, 2012 Week 4, Tuesday Facts of the Oakes case: R v. Oakes Reverse Onus- underscored the right to be presumed innocent until guilty. David Edwin Oakes D.E Oakes drugs on his person 8 1 gram vials of Hashish Oil $619.45 cash subsequent arrest Police Station Told them at police station that he bought 10 vials, but he only had 8 at the time of seizure. $619.45 was from a workers compensation cheque. Other two vials- must've been used or sold. Charged- police lay an information, they would have done that on the scene when they stopped him. Possession for the purpose of Trafficking- Section 8 of Narcotics Control Act Location: Ontario Date: 1986thebruary (date of decision) March 12 1985: charged. Section 8: 14 years max. Issues: (in the form of questions) • Is se
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