Canadian Criminal Evidence/Admissions and Confessions

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Admissions and confessions are a family of statements made by an accused that are admissible as evidence. An admission is a statement, usually inculpatory, made by an accused to a civilian witness. A confession is a statement, usually inculpatory, made by an accused to a person in authority.


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