Quo vadis?

June 17, 2018  Canadian Lawyer – Michael Spratt Dear soon-to-be-premier Ontario has a new premier-elect and everyone is wondering about what policies he will embrace over a multitude of issues.  Spratt, a Criminal Defence Counsel who … [Read more...]

Prison deaths…

June 6, 2018  CBC News - Hala Ghonaim Families of inmates who died at London, Ont. jail say 'enough is enough' - Thirteen inmates at the Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre have died in the last decade Families and lawyers in London are upset with … [Read more...]

Mama Rita…

June 2, 2018 National Catholic Reporter – Dan Morris-Young Restorative justice has a name, face and heart in East LA - Mama Rita: Inmates 'are not the crimes they did' Long-time Dolores Mission parishioner Rita Chairez works in restorative … [Read more...]

UN and Human Rights…

    July 8, 2015 Globe and Mail – Mike Blanchfield, Canadian Press Ottawa poised to defend rights record on aboriginals, terrorism at UN committee   An eighteen member panel for the Human Rights Commission of the United Nations is meeting in … [Read more...]

Right of Privacy

  June 13, 2014  National Newswatch – Canadian Press Court says warrant needed for Internet info   The case before the SCC involves a Saskatchewan man accused of child pornography.  The court has ruled that police need a warrant to get … [Read more...]