The Canadian Press

1998-11-19 | Morrison Charges

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Nova Scotia's Supreme Court rejected an appeal by the prosecution to restart the case against Dr. Nancy Morrison, a Halifax respirologist who was accused of murdering a cancer patient in 1996. The murder charge was thrown out because of a lack of evidence but the prosecution had argued the original judge erred by not allowing a jury to decide. Defense lawyer Joel Pink said the decision by Justice Jill Hamilton was quite clear.

Date: 1998-11-19
Placeline: HALIFAX, Nova Scotia.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 15 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << she goes on and talks about the sufficiency of evidence and even though she said they may have been some evidence it's not for her to use certify a function of the plunder inquiry judge I just say that that's efficiency met to test >>