eJust Systems is pleased to announce that we are partnering with the Ministry of the Solicitor General, Ontario Court of Justice and Ministry of the Attorney General to provide the functionality enabled by the Criminal eIntake project to our valued … Continue Reading
It was late afternoon in April 2017 when police dispatch received a report of a drunk man stumbling around on a freeway ramp in Ontario’s cottage country. … Continue Reading
Senators amend justice bill to push for harsher sentences for domestic violence against Indigenous women
A Senate committee has passed amendments to the government’s massive criminal justice legislation, Bill C-75, including changes that would require judges to consider harsher sentences for domestic violence against Indigenous women. … Continue Reading
MPs return to Parliament Hill Monday, giving them four weeks until the House of Commons likely adjourns for the final time before the election campaign begins. … Continue Reading
The Senate has voted to accept the latest version of the government’s long-debated legal marijuana legislation, paving the way for the bill to pass into Canadian law. … Continue Reading
Amid the continuing fallout from the R. v. Jordan Supreme Court decision, some police forces say they are now watching costs as pressure mounts for officers to complete investigations faster. … Continue Reading
The government is introducing duty counsel services at first appearance bail hearings to reduce court backlogs and help Albertans understand their rights. Read the full article on Alberta.ca.
You may think that you will be able to buy marijuana legally as of July 1. You should think again. Read the full article on the Globe and Mail.
In less than two years, 21 narcotics cases in Brampton have collapsed. Judges and defence lawyers point to problems in the federal prosecution office. … Continue Reading
More than 200 criminal cases across the country have been tossed due to unreasonable delays since the Supreme Court of Canada’s landmark Jordan decision one year ago, court data shows. … Continue Reading
The federal government will convene a meeting of Canada’s justice ministers later this month to discuss how to deal with fallout caused by last year’s controversial Supreme Court ruling aimed at limiting trial delays. … Continue Reading
The changing nature of society, the economy, and technology has created new challenges for police services as they adapt their responsibilities in crime prevention, law enforcement, public assistance and maintenance of public order. The economics of policing and community safety … Continue Reading
In the following article, Ray Zarb, Manager of Consulting Services at eJust Systems Inc. discusses managing and disclosing digital evidence. … Continue Reading