Monday, August 11, 2014

Douglas Hales: Saskatchewan; Instead of hearing judgment pronounced on August 29, lawyers will be making submissions at a special hearing to determine whether the case has been affected by a recent Supreme Court of Canada decision on Mr. Big stings. CBC News.

STORY: "Lawyers in Doug Hales trial to debate Mr. Big on Aug. 29," published by CBC News on August 11 2014.

SUB-HEADING: "Supreme Court ruling casts into doubt righteousness of investigative technique."

GIST:  "Lawyers in the Douglas Hales murder trial will be back arguing Mr. Big stings on August 29. Originally, that was the day Justice Gerald Allbright was to give his judgment in the trial. Instead, he'll hear submissions from Crown and defence. The role played by a Mr. Big sting in the Hales case will be the subject of the special hearing. This follows a Supreme Court ruling that casts into doubt the propriety of the police investigative technique.........During his trial, prosecutors said Hales killed the university student out of rage when she mocked his sexual impotence. But the defence said Bosse died of alcohol poisoning and that Hales panicked and burned her body. Allbright said "a significant ruling by the Supreme Court" triggered his decision to postpone his judgment."

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