Month

April 2013
Parents assaulted preemie breaking his bones Toronto Star, Thursday, October 28, 2004; B1 A Toronto couple convicted of breaking their four-pound baby’s bones, inflicting six fractures, wants him back and is seeking a six-month, stay-at-home sentence. Within 10 days of coming home from hospital in 2002, the baby’s parents, “Kerry” and “Stan,” severed their son’s...
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Woman, 23, found guilty of breaking both of baby’s legs Implores judge to let her ‘raise my son the right way’ Toronto Star, Saturday, October 23, 2004; B3 By: Peter Small, Staff Reporter A Toronto woman convicted of breaking both her premature infant’s legs is begging a judge to give her a chance to once...
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Edward Prutschi discusses what happens after a domestic assault charge, and shares some valuable insight on the legalities surrounding domestic assault and domestic violence, and why the exception instead of the rule often guides legislation. A criminal charge is a life-altering event and it becomes almost unbearable when defendants see the forces that they are really...
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