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Several months of jury convictions in jeopardy as Ontario’s top court...

Nearly all Ontario criminal convictions in which a jury was picked later than last September could be in jeopardy after the province’s highest...

The proof was on his phone the whole time. The story...

Lance Richardson held the proof of his innocence in his hands. It was right there, on his cellphone.In the hours after his arrest,...

‘Inhumane’ conditions at Toronto South Detention Centre amount to ‘deliberate state...

A judge has accused the Ontario government of “deliberate state misconduct” for failing to improve the “inhumane” conditions at a notorious Toronto jail.In...

Why Ontario courts are using GPS ankle bracelets to keep more...

A New York judge recently doubled disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein’s bail — to $2 million (U.S.) — after prosecutors accused him of...

A year in complaints against Ontario justices of the peace

One Ontario justice of the peace was alleged to have treated a man differently because he was of Middle Eastern descent; another was...

A year in complaints against Ontario justices of the peace

One Ontario justice of the peace was alleged to have treated a man differently because he was of Middle Eastern descent; another was...

Toronto judge wants courts to rethink how graphic evidence is presented

A Toronto judge is highlighting the issue of handling graphic evidence in court, and the lasting impact it can have on everyone involved...

Judges and Crowns regularly send still-innocent people to places like the...

Prosecutors routinely recommend jail time for offenders and then judges lock them up — but what do they really know about the places...

Man who gave proof of innocence to Toronto police, his own...

A Toronto man who spent 15 months in jail for a violent robbery he did not commit has been acquitted by Ontario’s highest...

Critics question changes in Ford government’s proposed legal aid law, like...

Neither the term “access to justice” nor “low-income” appears in the Ontario government’s new bill to revamp the legal aid system. It’s just...
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