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Mark Jette

Adjunct Professor of Law

UBC

HQ Phone: (604) 822-2211

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UBC

2194 Health Sciences Mall

Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 1Z3

Canada

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The University of British Columbia, established in 1908, educates a student population of 50,000 on major campuses in two cities and holds an international reputation for excellence in advanced research and learning. The largest is 30 minutes from the he ... more

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Sutherland Jetté

Chairman of the Criminal Justice Division

Canadian Bar Association

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Guest Speaker: Peter Hogg, Crown Counsel, ...

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Guest Speaker: Peter Hogg, Crown Counsel, Ministry of Justice, and Mark Jette, Defence Counsel, Sutherland Jette


Court publication bans once more in spotlight in Pickton, Ellard murder cases

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"The media lawyers, they act like they've been kicked in the teeth every time these things come up," says Mark Jette, chairman of the Canadian Bar Association's criminal justice division.

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"The public's way of looking at these things is where there's smoke there's fire, people don't get charged for nothing, he must have done something," says Jette."They hear these allegations and people jump to guilt very quickly."
Lawyers note that openness is balanced by allowing deeper questioning of potential American jurors about their biases.
Judges routinely instruct jurors to ignore anything they hear outside the courtroom but Jette argues it's nearly impossible for people to disentangle news reports or water-cooler gossip from proffered courtroom evidence.
"Being human beings, it's hard not to be influenced by it to some extent, even at some subconscious level," says Jette.


CANOE -- CNEWS - Law: Publication bans once more in spotlight

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"The media lawyers, they act like they've been kicked in the teeth every time these things come up," says Mark Jette, chairman of the Canadian Bar Association's criminal justice division.

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"The public's way of looking at these things is where there's smoke there's fire, people don't get charged for nothing, he must have done something," says Jette."They hear these allegations and people jump to guilt very quickly."
Lawyers note that openness is balanced by allowing deeper questioning of potential American jurors about their biases.
Judges routinely instruct jurors to ignore anything they hear outside the courtroom but Jette argues it's nearly impossible for people to disentangle news reports or water-cooler gossip from proffered courtroom evidence.
"Being human beings, it's hard not to be influenced by it to some extent, even at some subconscious level," says Jette.


Not according to Mark Jette, ...

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Not according to Mark Jette, a defence lawyer and chair of the Canadian Bar Association's Vancouver Criminal Justice section.

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Jette pointed out that even if only one or two of the five men were physically involved in the attack, the others who only watched could be charged with obstructing justice if they concoct a false story to cover up what truly transpired or take part in the concealing or destruction of evidence.Though the victim ignored the racial epithet and walked away, the attackers, described as in their early 20s, ran after him and punched him several times in the head, and knocked him to the ground in the process.At one point, a sharp weapon described as a box cutter was held to the youth's neck and he was kicked in the side and asked if he had any "cigarettes, weed or money."After replying that he didn't, the assailants searched his pockets and he was robbed of his wallet and personal papers.At one point, one of the men pulled off his Sikh turban, or dastaar, and cut off his hair with what the victim believes was the same instrument that had earlier been held to his neck.


Criminal negligence causing death has a ...

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Criminal negligence causing death has a maximum sentence of life but is rarely passed out, said lawyer Mark Jette, a spokesman for the Canadian Bar Association in B.C.

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