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She’s helped hundreds of Canadians represent themselves in court. This year,...

In the summer of 2013, a group of legal professionals and ordinary citizens gathered at the University of Windsor to discuss law professor...

Man sentenced to 9 years for hours-long sex assault at Toronto...

One of two men sentenced to nine years in prison for a “prolonged, violent and degrading sexual assault,” of an unconscious or near...

Justice of the peace guilty of misconduct for closing bail court...

A Cornwall justice of the peace “acted in an impetuous fashion” and disregarded an accused person’s rights when she closed bail court early...

She lost her airport job when Transport Canada didn’t grant her...

For two-and-a-half years, Munira Omar worked for WestJet at Pearson Airport waiting on her final security clearance to be approved. She was still...

‘Predators’ who drugged and sexually assaulted woman in Toronto bar sentenced...

Two men who sexually assaulted and drugged a 24-year-old woman for hours at a downtown Toronto bar have been sentenced to nine years...

‘I didn’t expect to live past 25’: The Toronto man with...

Nineteen months after his release from prison, the man with the most famous tattoo in Canadian jurisprudence is working for the John Howard...

He was in a U.S. jail 10 years ago. He starts...

Ten years ago Ish Aderonmu was in jail.This fall, the 35-year-old will be starting law school at Ryerson University.His experience within the criminal...

Undercover cop has flawed memory, defence argues at Tess Richey murder...

An undercover officer’s memory of an unrecorded conversation with Kalen Schlatter soon after his arrest for Tess Richey’s murder contains troubling discrepancies, the...

China-to-Seattle-to-Etobicoke human-smuggling scheme earns Vancouver man 17 more months in jail,...

VANCOUVER—A Vancouver man who exploited an international park to smuggle Chinese migrants into this country will have to spend another 17 months in...

Appeal ruling may force new trials in 35 already completed Ontario...

About 35 completed criminal cases could be headed for new trials as a result of a major ruling last week from Ontario’s top...
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