What is the effect of s. 32(1)(a) and 33(c) of the Canadian Criminal Code on an application for judicial review?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from U.S.A. v. Latty, 2004 CanLII 27198 (ON CA):

This appeal and application for judicial review was heard during the same week and by the same panel that heard the appeal in United States of America v. Ferras and the decisions in both cases are being released at the same time. (a) ss. 32(1)(a) and 33 permit the requesting state to proceed on the basis of an unsworn record of the case, and (b) s. 32(1)(c) imposes a “reliability” requirement on evidence adduced by the party sought for extradition?

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