What is the impact of the testimony of an accused in a sexual assault case?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from R. v. Stephens, 2008 ONCJ 107 (CanLII):

31. The court, in that case, went on to reiterate that any testimony of an accused, in these cases, must be assessed in accordance with the directions of Regina v. W.(D).

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