Weekly criminal law update – June 28, 2022

Thank you again to the kind Ontario lawyer who recently reached out to me for assistance. I’ve since completed the project, and understand that he is very satisfied with the result. I continue to look for contract or freelance work, given that Legal Aid Alberta unreasonably refuses to work with me. My strengths are in …

Weekly criminal law update – June 21, 2022

Thank you again to the kind Ontario lawyer who recently reached out to me for assistance. I’ve since completed the project, and understand that he is very satisfied with the result. I continue to look for contract or freelance work, given that Legal Aid Alberta unreasonably refuses to work with me. My strengths are in …

Innocence is not a myth – Shakespeare, wrongful convictions and R v BEM, 2022 ABCA 207

I read a recent ABCA case of a conviction appeal dismissed that illustrates for me the extent of the quagmire that is sexual assault law in Canada. The decision is indexed as R v BEM, 2022 ABCA 207. The majority decision is by Schutz and Slatter JJ.A., with a partial dissent by Veldhuis JA (on …

Weekly criminal law update – June 12, 2022

Thank you to the kind Ontario lawyer who recently reached out to me for assistance. I continue to look for contract or freelance work, given that Legal Aid Alberta unreasonably refuses to work with me. My strengths are in written, oral and appellate advocacy. If you can use my services, please email me at efrayim@moldofskylaw.ca. …

Weekly criminal law update – June 7, 2022

I am looking for contract or freelance work, given that Legal Aid Alberta unreasonably refuses to work with me. My strengths are in written, oral and appellate advocacy. If you can use my services, please email me at efrayim@moldofskylaw.ca. To subscribe to the mailing list (link). Murder conviction overturned due to “reasonable apprehension of bias” …