Calgary criminal lawyer Ian McKay worries that the man accused of being the Toronto serial killer won't get a fair trial if the legal battle to have warrants in the case unsealed is successful.
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TORONTO — People accused of sexual assault in Ontario are once again allowed to use excessive intoxication as a defence against criminal charges, a judge has ruled, finding that a federal law...
[The Accused] wept Friday morning as a Regina jury declared her not guilty of second-degree murder.
In the moments before Justin Crowe was fatally stabbed, he asked the woman accused of killing him to leave, according to testimony heard Tuesday at Regina's Court of Queen's Bench.
The second-degree murder trial of [the Accused] continued on Tuesday.
An RCMP forensic identification specialist took a total of 38 samples of suspected DNA from the scene of 27-year-old Justin Crowe’s stabbing death, a Regina jury heard on Monday.
Justin Crowe was eager to have a fun night when he urged a group of friends to come out with him on an October evening in 2015, a longtime friend...
It was a damp early morning in October when Jody Schoenthal was awakened by her daughter telling her there was a man at their door.
Skyla Lavallee told the court the last thing she recalls of an early October morning in 2015 was turning onto the grid leading to the Piapot First Nation.
Details about the hours after Justin Crowe's death emerged Wednesday at the trial of the woman accused of killing him.
The trial of a woman charged with second-degree murder was delayed before it really began this week at Regina's Court of Queen's Bench.
A full day and several problems later, a jury has been selected to hear evidence at the trial for the woman accused in the 2015 killing of 27-year-old Justin Crowe.
The suspect in the stabbing death of a Calgary teen in a northeast home made his first court appearance on Wednesday.
Helping his friend conceal a car wanted by police in connection with a gangland-style murder has landed a city man a conviction for attempting to obstruct justice.
A lawyer for [the accused], who were convicted in the death of their toddler, says a barrage of evidence from three doctors unfairly distracted jurors during the trial.