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The Crown must prove each element of the offence beyond a reasonable doubt, including belief, and the accused must have a full and fair opportunity to defend against the charge, whether by arguing that the Crown has failed to meet its burden, or by adducing positive evidence supporting his or her innocence. Any other state of affairs will violate the Charter.

Judgement as it is

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