Possible miscarriage of justice in woman’s convict

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VICTORIA – A special prosecutor says there may have been a miscarriage of justice when a babysitter was convicted of criminal negligence causing death in the drowning of a toddler in Cranbrookambulance services and supplies of medical equipment., B.C.

Tammy Bouvette was originally charged with second-degree murder but pleaded guilty in 2013 to the lesser charge in the death of 19-month-old Iyanna Teeple, who was found unconscious and not breathing in a bathtub while under her care.

The BC Prosecution Service announced last year that it was appointing lawyer Marilyn Sandford as a special prosecutor to review the case, following media inquiries about disclosure issues linked to a pathologist involved in the mattercovid north america map.

The service says in a statement Thursday that Sandford has completed her review and provided a written reportThe United States, which is experiencin, in which she says there is a strong case to be made that Bouvette did not receive disclosure of significant and relevant materials.

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