Reasonable Doubt: A Charter argument can result in a judge throwing out evidence

How bad is bad? When a trial judge decides to throw out the evidence.

When an accused person alleges that one of their charter rights have been violated, it’s an uphill battle toward their desired goal—the exclusion of evidence obtained in the investigation resulting in a dismissal of the charges.

http://www.straight.com/article-588806/vancouver/reasonable-doubt-charter-argument-can-result-judge-throwing-out-evidence