Session 52: Medical Records Ninja

On Wednesday July 2nd, 2014 Ninja Geigen-Miller presented MCM Session #52: Medical Records Ninja. This session was supervised by James Cavanagh. 

It is written in the Shoninki that the ninja was trained to build his own weapons, including poison darts, smoke bombs, and explosives.

 As a matter of necessity, the ninja was a master of improvisation. He often worked alone and far from his home base. At times the success of his mission depended on his ability to create deadly and efficient weapons using available materials.

 So too must the prosecutor become a master of improvisation and learn to construct her or his own weapons.


Medical Records Ninja PowerPoint Presentation

Expert Notice Materials

LSUC attendance sheet


Session 26: Fingerprints and Experts

This session was held on January 16, 2013.

In this first session of 2013, Rob Wadden presented an informative session on fingerprint evidence. The purpose of this session was to explain the process of qualifying a fingerprint expert, understanding the scope and limits of fingerprint evidence and discussing the recent trends in the jurisprudence in this area of the law. 

Rob is a member of the Canadian Friction Ridge Working Group. 

Materials were distributed in this session and are available below: 

Fingerprint Powerpoint (to follow shortly)

Fingerprint Handout

Fingerprint Glossary

R v JJ, [2012] OJ No 1125

R v Lepage, [1995] 1 SCR 654

R v Mars, [2006] OJ No 472

R v Rajalinkham, [2005] OJ No 2240