What is the impact of admitting evidence of a breach of the Criminal Code?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from R. v. Grewal, 2015 ONCJ 691 (CanLII):

[56] To admit this evidence may send a message that the justice system condones actions of the type exhibited here and as such this breach is a serious example of state misconduct para. R v. Grant para. 72 to 75 (ii) The Impact of the Breach

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