Accused allowing police to enter residence while investigating shooting — Police searching residence without warrant and finding firearm used in shooting — Evidence from search deemed admissible — Accused convicted of second degree murder and attempted murder — Whether Crown’s theory of the case relevant in determining standing for claim of unreasonable search and seizure where subject matter of search is territorial rather than digital — Whether Crown’s theory of the case impacts entirety of claim, including whether accused holds objective expectation of privacy in determining standing — Whether Court of Appeal should give deference where trial judge finds that accused lacks requisite standing to mount claim — Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, ss. 8, 10(b), 24(2) — dismissed 12/05/2019 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agents for the Applicant.

Read the lower court decision from the MBCA here.