Normally we speak out on cases involving child molestation cases but in this case we feel that the judge’s ruling in this case will be used by many defence lawyers to get their clients off on charges where alcohol is involved during the rape .
There are so many issues with this case and in time they will be argued in the media and in a courthouse but the urgency should be placed on the crown to appeal the ruling. Now I know there are a lot of people that are rallying to have this judge removed and its a long and hard process to have done but it can be done, the issue in this case and the reason were speaking out today is there is a time limit for the crown to appeal the ruling to the supreme court of N.S .
I would encourage EVERYONE to contact your MLA’s and MP’s and ask them to speak to the crown about appealing this ruling and we would encourage EVERYONE call the crown’s office and ask them if they are going to appeal it and if they are not then keep asking questions for a reason.
We have seen this in past cases we have assisted on and the crown will say that they are looking into it and try and drag it out past the 30 days and then there is nothing we can do about it, so again we ask that everyone keep on the crowns offices and keep putting the questions to them each and every time you call . 1 person calling 5000 times is harassment, 5000 people calling once is concerned citizens 🙂 .
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Media Coverage on this case
‘I am not a drunk’: Female passenger in cabbie sex assault case responds
Published Friday, March 3, 2017 6:13PM AST
Last Updated Friday, March 3, 2017 6:34PM AST
Leah Parsons joins voices calling for review of judge who said ‘clearly a drunk can consent’
Featured Photo from the Metro News report