Case Preparation and Delivery


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PFD430 - Case Preparation and Delivery

This course pertains to the importance of statements in the investigation and trial processes. The lawful practices and procedures imperative to the successful admission of a statement by the trial court are learned through the study of contemporary statute and precedent law. Currently accepted methods of identifying the person responsible for a crime are studied. The course concludes with each student preparing a universal crown brief and the presentation in moot court of the criminal case that is the subject of the brief. The concluding aspect of the course requires each student to play the roles of the primary court actors, i.e. crown attorney, defence attorney, investigating officer, court clerk and witnesses over the duration of the courtroom phase of the course.

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