Status: We have carried out preliminary work on this project. We will commence work on a consultation paper in early 2014. We aim to open the consultation in late summer 2014 and produce a report with recommendations in summer 2015
ONTARIO – Understanding your rights
Every person who appears in court in the Province of Ontario has the right to record his/her own court proceedings. The Law is quite clear. Under section 136 of the Ontario Courts of Justice Act, citizens have the right to record their own court proceedings. At the end of this document is a copy of the applicable section of the Courts of Justice Act. No judge can act or make a ruling in his/her court which violates the law, and the Courts of Justice Act, is the Law. Should a judge act outside of the Law, the judge would lose his/her jurisdiction in the court. If a judge has to make a ruling based on legislation which is vague or not clearly defined, then the judge must make his/her ruling based on what the intent of the Legislation was and also to take into consideration the Principals of Fundamental Justice. Continue reading →
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