Program Chairs

Matthew Asma

Crown Counsel, Crown Law Office – Criminal Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)

Katie Doherty

Crown Counsel, Crown Law Office – Criminal, Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario)

Lynda Morgan

Addario Law Group LLP

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to take a deep dive into how to draft legally solid and successful warrants.

Court decisions continue to make apparent the importance of clear, accurate and complete warrant applications, and the dire consequences of deficient drafting.

This practical program will give you the knowledge and skills you need to draft, review, and revise a wide variety of search warrants, and to identify and develop winning strategies for defending or attacking them.

Registration includes 120-day unlimited, online access to the recorded program. Please note the workshop will NOT be recorded.

What You’ll Learn

Practical Issues in the Warrant Process: Cross-Discipline Panel Discussion

Latest Hot Issues in Computer and Related Technology Searches

Review of the Foundational Principles of Search and Seizure

Warrant Writing and Reviewing 101

Informers and Tipsters: Challenges and Strategies for Using Anonymous Sources


Who Should Attend

Law enforcement officers

Regulatory investigators (federal and provincial)

Defence lawyers

Judges, including Justices of the Peace and lower court judges form all provinces and territories

Crown Attorneys and Federal Prosecutors