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New Toronto courthouse will centralize criminal proceedings but lawyers group objects

The Toronto Lawyers Association says a plan to amalgamate the city's small satellite provincial courthouses into one big 'super court' downtown will mean less access to justice. Right now, the site of ... read more

Queensland Government Bulletin: Recent media releases, articles, reports, cases and legislation

Perpetrators of online bullying could face up to five years' prison time under tough new laws passed by NSW Parliament. "Dolly's Law" is now putting ... and the Federal Court of Australia to enable fu... read more

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's hype on migrants, illegal immigration

This isn’t an innocent group of people. It’s a large number of people ... That policy meant adults were taken to court for criminal proceedings, and their children were separated and sent into the car... read more

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AP FACT CHECK: Trump's fabrications on Medicare, immigrants

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Inside track: Local Government: recent media releases, reports, cases, legislation

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Bail hearing delayed for man accused in Montreal art thefts

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The victims of Andrew Wakefield

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11-Year-Old Boy Played in His Yard. CPS Took Him, Felony Charge for Parents.

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Creditors: Relativity’s Speedy Auction ‘Deeply Flawed’ or a ‘Bait-and-Switch’

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