Blogs

News

Criminal Lawyer Discusses Early Release for Elizabeth Smart Captor

Elizabeth Smart was kidnapped from her home by knifepoint and held prisoner by a husband and wife, Brian David Mitchell and Wanda Barzee. Mitchell is
Read More →
News

Criminal Lawyer Ed Prutschi Discusses Ford’s Notwithstanding Clause

Toronto Criminal Lawyer Edward Prutschi discusses Premier Doug Ford’s use of the notwithstanding clause. Prutschi explains that Ford invoking the notwithstanding clause can be traced
Read More →
Criminal Lawyer

What is the “Notwithstanding Clause”?

Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced he would be invoking the “Notwithstanding Clause” to override a recent decision passed by a judge in regards to cutting
Read More →
News

Edward Prutschi Discusses Good Samaritan Laws and Overdoses

Canada is currently in the midst of an opioid epidemic, with over 4,000 Canadian’s dying of opioid overdoses last year. In response to this, the
Read More →
News

The Intersection Between Family & Criminal Law

  Criminal lawyer Edward Prutschi joined family lawyer Andrew Feldstein on Ask Andrew. The two discussed the various ways criminal and family law intersects. Ed
Read More →
News

Edward Prutschi Discusses Appeal of Acquitted Man

Toronto criminal lawyer Ed Prutschi was quoted in a Law Times article discussing the Crown’s decision to appeal the acquittal of a man that was
Read More →
News

Criminal Lawyer Dissects the Vegas Hotel Lawsuit

Many people were stunned to hear that MGM Resorts would be suing the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. The shooter, Stephen Paddock, opened fire
Read More →
News

Toronto Criminal Lawyer Edward Prutschi Discusses Forcillo’s Chances of Appeal

Back in 2013, a young man named Sammy Yatim was acting erratically on a streetcar, exposing himself to young girls and holding a knife. The
Read More →
News

Criminal Lawyer Edward Prutschi Discusses the Mosque Shooter Sentencing

Toronto criminal lawyer Edward Prutschi discussed the sentencing of the Mosque Shooter, Alexandre Bissonnette, with Jerry Agar on NewsTalk1010. Bissonnette pleaded guilty to six counts
Read More →
News

Edward Prutschi Discusses A Husband In Legal Limbo

A husband in Saskatoon is in legal limbo after witnessing his wife kill herself. His wife decided to commit suicide after being denied medically assisted
Read More →
News

Criminal Lawyer Discusses The Reasons Behind Prosecuting Dellen Millard Again

Convicted killer Dellen Millard is about to go on trial for the third time. The possibility of him ever getting out is slim to none,
Read More →
News

Ed Prutschi Discusses New Legislation That Limits Disclosure of Records

A law has finally been approved that will prohibit the disclosure of police records of non-convicted Ontario residents. In the past, people who were accused
Read More →
News

Dellen Millard Case & Sonya Shikhman Criminal Lawyer

The Crown currently has plans to prosecute Dellen Millard, who is already facing two life sentences, for the third time. This time the Crown is
Read More →
News

Boris Bytensky on The Law when it Comes to Defending Your Property

Read the Full Article on the Toronto Sun: Boris Bytensky on The Law when it Comes to Defending Your Property
Read More →
News

Toronto Criminal Lawyer Ed Prutschi Explains Why He’s Against Lie Detector Tests

Lie detector tests are a staple in cop shows, but Toronto criminal lawyer Edward Prutschi isn’t a fan. In fact, he always advises his clients
Read More →
News

Toronto Criminal Lawyer Explains Why You Can Get Charged For Leaving Snow On Your Car

It might seem silly, or even illegal, but yes, police can charge you for leaving snow and ice on your car. After Toronto’s recent ice
Read More →
News

Criminal Lawyers Discusses The Top 5 Crimes This Week in Brampton

Brampton has its fair share of crime, like any city. Here are the top 5 crime stories this week so far from our Brampton criminal
Read More →
News

Criminal Lawyer Edward Prutschi Discusses Disclosure of Records For Innocent People

It should be common sense that police shouldn’t be allowed to release records for people found innocent, who were acquitted, or who weren’t even charged.
Read More →