Police not cautioning individual during interviews in connection with murder investigation about right to remain silent and consequences of speaking to authorities — Individual later charged with first degree murder and seeking exclusion of statements made to police as involuntary — Trial judge admitting statements as voluntary despite lack of caution — Whether absence of caution during police questioning of individual affected voluntariness of statements under confessions rule — Whether statements admissible at trial. — Appeal allowed 10/14/2022 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agent for an intervener.

Read the lower court decision from the ABCA here.

Read the full decision from the SCC here.