< <
section 672.23(1)
> >
ALPHABETICAL LISTING NUMERICAL LISTING CATEGORICAL LISTING

SECTION WORDING
672.23(1) Where the court has reasonable grounds, at any stage of the proceedings before a verdict is rendered, to believe that the accused is unfit to stand trial, the court may direct, of its own motion or on application of the accused or the prosecutor, that the issue of fitness of the accused be tried.

RELATED LINKS
charter-compliance-and-the-accusedA brief analysis of police misconduct and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and the tools that can be used to defend a case or mitigate sentence.
charter-compliance-and-the-accusedA brief analysis of police misconduct and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and the tools that can be used to defend a case or mitigate sentence.





(C) Copyright 2018 - Site maintained by https://www.paullewandowski.com