Front Burner

Judges toss cases over police credibility concerns

Today on Front Burner, a CBC News investigation into 50 Canadian criminal cases in which judges found that police officers had given false or misleading testimony, and the case against the accused fell apart.
There is no easy way to track cases marred by misleading police testimony — or what happens to the officers involved. (Rafferty Baker/CBC)
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Over the last five years, more than 50 criminal cases have fallen apart after a judge found a police officer gave false or misleading testimony, according to a CBC News investigation. Today on Front Burner, we talk to reporters Chris Glover and Stephen Davis about what they found when digging into judges' rulings in these cases, and what the possible consequences are.

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