In view of the trial judge's reference to Wray [see Wray v. The Queen (1973), 1973 CanLII 21 (SCC), 10 C.C.C. (2d) 215, 33 D.L.R. (3d) 750,  S.C.R. 565], it might be thought that he had ruled that the gun, ex. 13, being physical evidence found by the police, could be adduced in evidence. Subsequent proceedings, which will be described in a moment, demonstrate that no such ruling was made at that time. Thus, it is not correct, as counsel for the accused argued, that the trial judge “reversed himself” on this question when he later admitted the gun into evidence.
"The most advanced legal research software ever built."
The above passage should not be considered legal advice. Reliable answers to complex legal questions require comprehensive research memos. To learn more visit www.alexi.com.