What is the test for introducing evidence in a criminal case?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from R. v. Hartlieb, 2018 ONCJ 810 (CanLII):

2. The issue before the court is: whether or not the rule as set out in Browne v. Dunn with regard to the introduction of evidence by the defendant has been breached and if so does it give rise to a specific remedy or remedies that the court should apply? SUBMISSIONS BY THE PROSECUTION

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