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SCC hears appeals in murder, sexual assault cases this week

This week, the Supreme Court of Canada heard criminal cases that raised questions about the role of amicus curiae and the admissibility of statements made in therapy. Meanwhile, the Federal Court of Appeal dealt with an accreditation case, among others.

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