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Voluntariness - R. v. Bohemier, 2002 MBQB 198

R. v. Bohemier, 2002 MBQB 198:

Accused with schizophrenia and FASD confessed to arson offences – police suspected mental impairment and had been advised that accused had not taken medication – mental status and comprehension of particular status are relevant in assessing voluntariness – here conditions were oppressive given accused’s mental state – confession not voluntary.