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What is Just? - Jordan DeMerchant

One of the most fundamental questions to the functioning of justice is what is a just punishment for a crime? The Manitoba Court of Appeal decision in the case of R. v. Siwicki addresses this importan

R v Javanmardi - Caitlin Hentig

Facts: The accused, Javanmardi, has a naturopathic clinic in Quebec and Roger Matern was a new patient. Matern was 84 years old and had heart disease. Matern wanted to try an alternative form of treat

R v. Poulin - P. Gutowski

Revising Canadian Courts’ Interpretation of Sentencing Rights A majority of the Supreme Court of Canada issued a decision on s. 11(i) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms that conflicts with

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