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Accused killer Kalen Schlatter faces cross-examination in Tess Richey murder trial

After denying that he sexually assaulted and strangled Tess Richey in the early hours of Nov. 25, 2017, Kalen Schlatter is facing cross-examination...

Ford government’s legal aid plan will have ‘profoundly negative’ effect on...

The Ontario government’s proposed changes to the legal aid system “will have profoundly negative impacts” on the people served by the province’s community...

Ruling on juries could overturn 15 Ontario homicide convictions, Crown says...

Fifteen homicide convictions and 12 sexual assault guilty verdicts in Ontario are at risk of being overturned due to a recent appeal ruling...

Kalen Schlatter told me he ‘lost control’ then strangled Tess Richey...

Warning: This story contains graphic content and might be upsetting to some readers.Kalen Schlatter said he “lost control” and fatally choked Tess Richey...

Toronto judge used man’s presence at own sex assault trial against...

A Toronto judge used a man’s presence at his own trial as a factor against him when she convicted him of sexual assault,...

Toronto judge slams Canadian Tire after employee tells court he won’t...

A Toronto judge has written a scathing letter to Canadian Tire demanding to know why an employee was told he wouldn’t be paid...

This GTA teacher was accused of sexually assaulting a student. Now...

When charges of sexually assaulting a student were withdrawn against teacher Krystal Wilson, supporters who had packed a tiny courtroom respectfully remained silent....

In a few seconds of grainy video, a Toronto jury sees...

Kalen Schlatter and Tess Richey walked hand-in-hand into an alley between two houses on Church Street at 4:14 a.m.At 5 a.m., Schlatter walked...

Drunk driver Marco Muzzo, who killed a grandfather and 3 children,...

Killer drunk driver Marco Muzzo is set to have a parole hearing on April 28, the Parole Board of Canada says. Muzzo is...

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...
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