Stephanie DiGiuseppe and Dirk Derstine, counsel to Christopher Husbands, speak with media about Mr. Husbands’ sentence to life in prison in relation to the 2012 Eaton Centre shooting. Video Link: CP24 – “Husbands unlikely to get parole hearing quickly“. (November 29, 2019)
Clayton Ruby examines “the profound inequality in the experience of the privileged and the disadvantaged when seeking relief from mandatory minimum penalties” in “Karygiannis case shows how the powerful escape mandatory minimum sentences“. (The Star.com – November 27, 2019)
Anthony Morgan examines Black Canadians position in the Cannabis debate in “Some economic and reparative progress has been made, but cannabis justice is not possible until policing stops unfairly targeting Black Canadians” in Policy Options magazine. Morgan states, “[t]he most important shift for Black Canadians impacted by cannabis legalization might just be the meteoric rise…
Annamaria Enenajor discusses ‘limits of free speech’ with Jacques Gallant, “Yes, your boss can fire you for things you say. What recent controversies tell us about the limits of free speech” – The Star (November 24, 2019).
Annamaria Enenajor is profiled in Flare Magazine’s annual “How I Made It 2019” ‘celebrating 50 successful young Canadians that are changing the world’. Annamaria discusses how she made it happen, “This Defence Lawyer Is Fighting for Cannabis-Related Criminal Justice Reform“. (November 19, 2019).
Annamaria Enenajor is quoted in The Medium, “Cannabis Amnesty: A call for equality” discussing her submissions to a committee before the House of Commons on behalf of Cannabis Amnesty. (November 3, 2019).