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Is regular household items a weapon?

Can a pillow be a weapon? A dirty diaper? A stuffed taco? We have seen all of these everyday items charged by police as being weapons used in an assault. What…

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New DUI Laws Now in Force

The holidays are a time for celebration, parties and New Year’s toasts. It is also a busy time for law enforcement. Drinking and driving arrests are up at this time of…

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The Mule: Drug Smuggling and the Elderly

No one suspected him. He was a cranky old man and war veteran going about his business- growing flowers! But behind this façade of ordinary life, Leo Sharp (played by Clint…

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Sexual Assault: Innocence on Trial

A 15 year-old female teenager (let’s call her Jane) tells the police that she was sexually assaulted by a young male, also a teenager (let’s call him John) over the Canada…

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Justice on Trial

The presumption of innocence is not only a long-standing principle that has withstood a thousand years of history and politics; it is also a fundamental right enshrined in the Charter of…

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judiciary on buying justice through money.

Can money buy justice? Not surprisingly, the answer is often Yes. Despite the important principle that justice should be “blind”, and treat each individual equally, the reality is that two defendants,…

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