201910.23
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Stephanie DiGiuseppe speaks with Law Times

Stephanie discusses the constitutionality of section 33.1 of the Criminal Code with Law Times, “Charter issues come to fore on defence of extreme cases of intoxication“. Stephanie comments on her case, R. v. Sullivan, which argued s. 33.1 is unconstitutional, earlier this month before the Ontario Court of Appeal. The decision is under reserve. October…

201909.17
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Lisa Jørgensen quoted in the Law Times

Lisa Jørgensen discusses the practice of referrals within the Criminal Defence Bar in the Law Times. Lisa notes, “When I refer anyone to get additional legal advice, I’m putting my reputation on the line. I want to make sure they will be excellent at their job. A big piece is: ‘Will they manage client expectations?’…

201905.23
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Lisa Jørgensen quoted in the Law Times

Lisa Jørgensen discusses Justice Robert E. Gee’s Ruling in R. v. Moondi with the Law Times. Noting, “The decision’s tone is somewhat unusual in that it is clear that the judge feels that the way we have been evaluating these types of cases is of itself undignified and unfair to accused persons,” she says. “I think the…

201810.26
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Lisa Jørgensen quoted in Canadian Lawyer Magazine

Lisa Jørgensen discusses the decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in R. v. Gubbins in Canadian Lawyer Magazine. Lisa discusses the process of third-party record applications in light of the decision of the Court, “Ultimately, says Jørgensen, ”there’s no other way for defence to determine there’s a problem with a [breathalyzer] machine” other than making…

201808.01
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Ruby, Shiller & Enenajor welcomes new partner, Stephanie DiGiuseppe.

Ruby, Shiller & Enenajor welcomes new partner, Stephanie DiGiuseppe. Clayton Ruby, Brian Shiller, and Annamaria Enenajor welcome new partner, Stephanie DiGiuseppe. As of August 1, the firm will be known as Ruby, Shiller, Enenajor, DiGiuseppe Barristers. Stephanie DiGiuseppe’s practice focuses on criminal and constitutional litigation. She also represents clients in quasi-criminal matters, professional disciplinary hearings,…