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Annamaria Enenajor represents intervener UARR in R. v. Morris at the Ontario Court of Appeal

In R. v. Morris (C65766) the Ontario Court of Appeal will be asked to revisit the question of how courts should take into account systemic and background factors when sentencing Black offenders. Annamaria Enenajor will be presenting arguments on behalf of the intervener, Urban Alliance on Race Relations, an organization with decades of experience combatting…

202003.27
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Lisa Jørgensen quoted in Canadian Lawyer Magazine

Lisa Jørgensen comments on conditions in institutions in the wake of COVID-19 as quoted in Canadian Lawyer Magazine. With many inmates being on lockdown most of the time, it is a time “that’s scary for a lot of them [inmates] because they’re being told there’s this virus going around and it can be very dangerous and…

201912.03
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Annamaria Enenajor comments on sentencing in The Star

Annamaria Enenajor comments on sentencing in “Should ‘chair girl be worried about partying so much before her sentencing?” in TheStar.com. Enenajor is quoted: “When it comes to sentencing, “if a person is not remorseful, that is not an aggravating factor,” explains criminal defence lawyer Annamaria Enenajor. “But if a person is remorseful, that is a…

201911.26
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Annamaria Enenajor & Campaign for Cannabis Amnesty discussed in Policy Options magazine

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…

201911.19
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Annamaria Enenajor Profiled in Flare Magazine

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).