SCC hears an alleged entrapment case, federal court of appeal on dispute over importation

Pfefferle, Hicks Adams, Bytensky Shikhman, Gorham Vandebeek, Stockwoods appear before top court

SCC hears an alleged entrapment case, federal court of appeal on dispute over importation

Pfefferle Law Office, Hicks Adams LLP, Bytensky Shikhman, Gorham Vandebeek LLP, and Stockwoods LLP appeared before Canada’s highest court this week., with the Supreme Court of Canada hearing multiple criminal cases involving admissibility of evidence, alleged entrapment operations, unreasonable delay of the proceedings, and offences which were the subject of a court martial.

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