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Faux cabbie convicted of sexually assaulting bar patrons

A man who drove slowly through the ByWard Market after closing hours, offering rides to women who mistook his car for an “underground” cab and then attacking them, has been found guilty of sexual assault. 266 more words

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Some Dogs Have Got To Be Walked - The State of Arkansas v. Jerry Ward

I was surprised when a state trooper approached me after a pretrial hearing in the State of Arkansas v.  Jerry Lee Ward. The case was a simple attempted burglary out of the North Little Rock Police Department. 2,859 more words

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FIRST TRIALS

In January 1989 I was hired as a deputy prosecutor.  It was my first job as a lawyer.   The first week I observed court and asked tons of questions. 1,993 more words

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Jury Selection

Written by Bill Doogue.Partner, Doogue O’Brien George Criminal Defence Lawyers.

I must say, I almost choked on my weetbix and rice milk the other day when I read at the end of an article in the Age, that the Jury Commissioner “ 952 more words

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'Sexomnia dad' verdict scheduled for November

A rare “sexomnia” case in which an Ottawa father claims he sexually assaulted his young daughter while he was asleep will finally end in November after almost four years in the court system. 233 more words

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Funeral today for 6-year-old girl killed in crash at London, Ont., Costco

THE CANADIAN PRESS

LONDON, Ont. — A joint funeral is to be held today for a six-year-old girl killed in a car crash at a London, Ont., Costco and a baby her mother delivered by emergency C-section after the collision. 78 more words

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Ottawa hockey player convicted of assault challenges lawsuit claims

A recreational hockey player who was convicted of aggravated assault after an on-ice collision has challenged his victim’s injuries as part of a statement of defence filed to a $600,000 lawsuit. 500 more words

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