Does the 9 month delay in scheduling for a hearing on a motion for an application for Charter status constitute a Section 11(b) Charter issue?

Alberta, Canada


The following excerpt is from R. v. T.C., 2004 ABQB 455 (CanLII):

I also do not believe that this nine month court scheduling delay constitutes a Section 11(b) Charter situation such as discussed in Regina v. Askov supra.

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