R. v. D.

January 2020


Ariel's client was released on bail in Superior Court on a charge of first degree murder despite having a lengthy criminal record. The bail judge agreed with Ariel's submission that the Crown's case was so weak that the client should not remain in custody awaiting his trial.

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