Tuesday, December 13, 2011

The Meaning of Face-to-Face Confrontation in Canada

Niqab may be worn during testimony: court CBC News Toronto (Oct. 13, 2010):
The Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled that the victim of an alleged sexual assault may not have to remove her niqab while testifying as long as the fairness of a trial is not compromised.
Muslim Woman Wants to Appear Veiled in Canadian Court The World (Dec. 8, 2011):
The Supreme of Canada has heard the case of a Muslim woman who wants to appear veiled in court while she testifies against the two men she has accused of sexual assault.


 
 
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