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The Judge’s Sentence

Much mumbo jumbo followed our victim impact statements as the prosecution and defense discussed the few case precendents set in Canada for the relatively new law regarding “failure to give assistance”. When the defense lawyer rose to make his case, … Continue reading

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Victim Impact

The last time I saw my son, Paul, alive was three years ago today. We were celebrating my husband’s birthday at Tony Roma’s. On Monday, Court of Queen’s Bench began with our victim impact statements in the sentencing of the … Continue reading

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Today in Court

Attending the court sentencing of the young man involved in the death of our son ranks right up there with some other agonizing milestones we’ve faced. Police at our door at 5 a.m. Identifying the body. Ironing a shirt for … Continue reading

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On Forgiving The One Who Killed My Son

This Thursday, court will resume and probably conclude in the case against the young man who allegedly killed our son. In January, we heard the evidence against the accused on charges of failure to give assistance (hit and run) and … Continue reading

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