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The federal Liberals have tabled a massive piece of legislation that will aim to overhaul the Canadian justice system.
At more than 300 pages, the new legislation proposes a number of major changes that Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould says fit with the goal of making the system more fair and more just, both for victims of crimes and those from communities that are over-represented in jails and prisons. 811 more words
A lawyer helping the family of a young Cree man shot and killed by a Saskatchewan farmer left a different courthouse this week with an idea about how Canada’s jury system could be improved. 593 more words
Serving on a jury comes with the enormous responsibility of deciding someone’s fate and it all starts with a Manitoba Health card.
A person accused in a criminal case in Court of Queen’s Bench has the choice for a judge alone or a jury trial. 305 more words
In a world in which anyone can claim victimhood and which is divided into camps of the oppressors and the oppressed, it is a small step to disputing each court decision as manifestly unjust. 551 more words