THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

There are many organs and structures that make up the Digestive system and these organs or parts have key functions or roles to play which could include one or more of these: DIGESTION – mechanically or chemically breaking macromolecules to smaller units Mechanical: large food molecules are shredded, torn and ground; this helps  to increase…

R. v. Parker

R. v. Parker 1) Section 7 of the Charter of guarantees “Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice.” 2) The court declared the possession of marijuana for medical purposes to be unconstitutional because…

R. v. Greyeyes

1) No, no where in the section defining what constitutes the offence of trafficking does it state the accused must be in direct possession of the illegal substance. 2) Aiding and Abetting – The guilt of a person in a criminal case may be proved without evidence that he personally did every act involved in…

Courtroom Procedure

Decision by Judge or Jury- Defence generally decides whether a case will be tried to a judge or a jury. In some regions both prosecution/ defence have right to demand a jury trial. Jury selection- If trial is held before a jury: defence/ prosecution select the jury through a question and answer process: “voir dire.”…

Punishments for Murderers

Murder Canada: First degree murder – mandatory life imprisonment without the possibility of parole for 25 years (but someone guilty of a single murder could be have his non-parole period reduced to no less than 15 years (see Faint hope clause). Second degree murder – mandatory life imprisonment without the possibility of parole for 10-25…