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, NS, Canada
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 usurp the five function of the plundering query judge, does say that that's efficiency but test >>

Clip ID: 19981119CPCN003