Is there a minimum time period or mandatory questioning that must occur before a police officer can have objectively reasonable and probable grounds for questioning?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from R. v. Rees, 2017 ONCJ 926 (CanLII):

[31] To put it another way there is no minimum time period nor mandatory questioning that must occur before an officer can have objectively reasonable and probable grounds. Regina v. Bush, supra para. 60.

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