Episode 4 - No Matter How Small: Child Witnesses in Canadian Criminal Courts
In this episode, we turn to Evidence Law in its criminal context. Our first guest is Jeff Westman, police officer and law student at the University of Calgary, who authored the paper “No Matter How Small: Child Witnesses in Canadian Criminal Courts” (Appeal). The second guest is Professor Deb Connolly, Chair of the Psychology Department at Simon Fraser University.
Content warning: in this episode, we talk about child witnesses (and victims) to disturbing crimes. Please skip this one if that would be best for you.
The song that plays in the intro and outro of this episode is “Two Pianos” by Tajirijus.
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