Lawyer laments the “continuing breach” of client’s rights


An attorney today took the Crown to task, charging that there has been “unbridled lethargy” in a matter in which his client’s human rights were being infringed. Larry Smith, QC, who is representing murder accused Larry Patrick Agard in his Constitutional motion against the Attorney General, made the charge before Justice Cicely Chase. Smith’s comments […]

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