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Unformatted text preview: The Charter to defend himself because reasonable suspicion was the basis of his arrest. The position that he had assumed in the toilet was very unusual and it was enough reason for the police officer to investigate the situation. There was no requirement for a warrant in these circumstances accredited to reasonable suspicion and the powers of the police as outlined by the Controlled Drug and Substances Act. No part of The Charter has been violated in this case and therefore, Kane has no valid argument against his arrest....
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- Spring '08