Facebook Lineup Leads to Conviction

Court of Appeal upholds conviction of accused based in part on identification via Facebook photos In R v Mohamed, the accused had been convicted of second-degree murder stemming from a shooting, based in part on the identification of an eyewitness, … Continue reading

Diet Doctor Defamation

Court finds defamatory material “published” on website despite no direct evidence of viewing In Bernstein v Poon, a defamation action which the trial judge ultimately characterized as being “more about ego than injury,” the plaintiff and defendant physicians each marketed … Continue reading