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Ontario judge censured for short sitting hours, adding to delays

  • Fri, 17 Feb 2017 17:39
The criticism of Ontario Court Justice Rick Libman – chair of the court’s rules committee – comes in a published decision by Justice Michael Code of the Ontario Superior Court The Globe and Mail - National

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