Reverse onus bail hearings in Canada should proceed with the accused arguing first and the Crown responding in turn, not the other way around.
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A simple and effective approach to negotiating bail with detention-happy Crowns. Written by a former detention-happy Crown.
All lawyers involved in criminal justice can make a single, meaningful change to encourage reform.
Limitations on the imposition of CSOs hurt remote, Indigenous communities most of all.
The Crown should pay costs for every charge that doesn't result in a conviction. Fairness and efficiency demand nothing less. #lawtwitter
Northern Canadian justice profoundly fails in its mission to deliver safety, security, and liberty to Canadians. Manitoba might be the worst example.
R. v. Friesen acknowledges the harm inherent in sexual offences but it creates a huge problem for sentencing judges.
R v Sullivan has generated outrage. This is how the legal system should react.
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