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Sutherland Jette, Barristers

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Sutherland Jette, Barristers

Background Information

Employment History

Adjunct Professor of Law

UBC

Chairman of the Criminal Justice Division

Canadian Bar Association

Web References (26 Total References)


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


640 Toronto - CFMJAM - 3

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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.


CRAFT-Publication-Bans, Bgt

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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.

...
"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.


940 NEWS

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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.

...
"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.


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.

...
"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.

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