Commentary
As the Supreme Court of Canada prepares for this fall’s review of the publication ban on bail hearings, Law Times columnist Alan Shanoff argues the public is entitled to more information about why offenders are released or held pending trial. The justice system, he argues in a June 8 column, has nothing to fear from improved publicity.

Commentary
As the Supreme Court of Canada prepares for this fall’s review of the publication ban on bail hearings, Law Times columnist Alan Shanoff argues the public is entitled to more information about why offenders are released or held pending trial. The justice system, he argues in a June 8 column, has nothing to fear from improved publicity.

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