I can enlighten you if you let me speak.
The fact that there are circumstances, and there have been circumstances where an accused's record was not before the court.... I gave you an example in the jurisprudence, and I know you are a lawyer by trade. There are cases, and I've seen cases where the crown has neglected or forgotten, and in the case of R. v. Brooks, the record was not put to the judge. It is in the public's best interest that that always occur.
I disagree that you can't legislate to protect against human error. If there is a requirement that a judge be aware, that the record be in front of the judge at every single bail hearing, if it is not, the judge will require the record to be there prior to making a decision in the bail hearing. It's that simple.