Ontario Court of Appeal ruling reminds both parties of need to avoid delays in trial proceedings

By Christopher Guly (June 17, 2022, 9:40 AM EDT) -- A recent Ontario Court of Appeal ruling that dismissed a man’s appeal of his convictions of possessing and making available child pornography over unreasonable delays in his case illustrates how the courts will scrutinize the role of defence counsel in light of the framework for trials to be conducted within a reasonable time set out by the Supreme Court of Canada in R. v. Jordan 2016 SCC 27, according to Omar Ha-Redeye, general counsel for Fleet Street Law, a legal incubator in Toronto....
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