Wednesday, October 29, 2014

The Hearing Clinic v. 866073, 2014 ONSC 5831

"Sincerely believed memories that are innocently incorrect become more problematic for the court than do intentional lies."

1 comment:

Ernest Julius Guiste said...

This is true. In the context of a proceeding where the witness could not remember at the investigation stage and then miraculously remembers at the hearing - I believe that may be characterized as either a breach of natural justice or an abuse or process. How does one defend that Mr. Morton ?