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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 trying Millard for the death of his father, which was initially believed to be a suicide. Millard has already been found guilty twice for first-degree murder. He received two life...
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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 against taking them. If police were willing to drop charges or pursuit of his client if they passed the test it would be another story. However, Prutschi explains that police...
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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. Ontario legislative thought so too, as they unanimously agreed to pass a law banning this. Unfortunately, regulations haven’t been put in place to act on this legislature. Toronto criminal lawyer...
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Toronto defence lawyer Edward Prutschi sparred with NewTalk1010’s host, Jerry Agar, this morning over the importance for police to ensure drivers understand their legal rights. The discussion was about the recent case where a drunk driving charge was dismissed because police failed to get a man an interpreter after he repeatedly stated he could not...
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Toronto’s Soulpepper Theatre Company is in hot water. Both the theater company itself and its founder, actor Albert Schultz, have been named in a civil lawsuit that accuses Schultz of sexual misconduct towards actresses. Rather than taking legal action, the four plaintiffs have chosen to go the civil suit route. Criminal lawyer Edward Prutschi says...
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Media and the justice system have always been intertwined, but now more than ever in the digital era. The days of simply reporting cases are gone though. Both digital and traditional media have now adopted the activist call #BelieveTheVictim. This hashtag has emerged from public outrage over the number of acquittals Canada has seen recently...
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Criminal Lawyer Sonya Shikhman Discusses Via Rail Terror Case in Toronto
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