- Criminal Section Minutes 2007
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- Joint Session of the Criminal and Civil Sections
- Report of the Working Group on Collateral Use of Crown Brief Disclosure (Joint Session)
- Report of the Joint Criminal/Civil Section Working Group On Identity Theft: A Discussion Paper(Joint Session)
- Report of the Joint Criminal/Civil Section Working Group on Malicious Prosecution (Joint Session)
- Annex 1 - REPORT OF THE SENIOR FEDERAL DELEGATE
- 2006-2007 Government Legislative Initiatives
- Private Members’ Bills (House of Commons)
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- Annex 2 - RESOLUTIONS
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CHARLOTTETOWN, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
SEPTEMBER 9-13, 2007
CRIMINAL SECTION MINUTESAttendance
Thirty-three (33) delegates representing all jurisdictions except Northwest Territories and Nunavut attended the Criminal Section. All jurisdictions were represented at the Conference as a whole. Delegates included Crown counsel, defence counsel, policy counsel and members of the judiciary. Guests included the President of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws as well as two representatives of the Standing Committee of Attorneys General.Opening
Michel Breton presided as Chair of the Criminal Section. Stéphanie O’Connor acted as Secretary. The Section convened to order on Sunday, September 9, 2007.
The Heads of each delegation introduced their delegation.
ProceedingsReport of the Senior Federal Delegate (Attached as Annex 1)
The Report of the Senior Federal Delegate was tabled and presented by Catherine Kane, Acting Senior General Counsel, Criminal Law Policy Section, Justice Canada.Resolutions (Attached as Annex 2)
Twenty-four (24) resolutions were presented by jurisdictions for consideration. One (1) resolution was withdrawn without discussion. During the proceedings, one resolution was divided in three parts and voted on separately. As a result, twenty-five (25) resolutions were debated during the proceedings and voted on separately. Of the twenty-five (25) resolutions considered by delegates, eighteen (18) were carried as submitted or amended, three (3) resolutions were defeated as submitted or amended and four (4) resolutions were withdrawn following discussion.
In some instances, the total number of votes varies due to the absence of some delegates for some part of the proceedings.
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