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11(b) is Dead: What good is Jordan now?

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30 minutes
Keara Lundrigan
Leo Russomanno
Marwa Younes
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
30 minutes
$99.00 plus tax
34th Annual Criminal Law Conference

Panelists, Keara Lundrigan, Leo Russomanno, and Marwa Younes provide an update on the right to have a trial within a reasonable time (section 11(b) of the Charter). The panel also reviews “postpandemic” case law from the past two and a half years, as well as the appellate jurisprudence from the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of Canada.


Keara Lundrigan

Leo Russomanno

Leo Russomanno practices exclusively in criminal law. He graduated from the University of Ottawa with a law degree in 2007 and obtained a Master’s Degree in International Politics from Carleton. He has tried all manner of cases from sexual assault, robbery, firearms, drug cases, terrorism, and murder. Leo also taught criminal law classes in the Law and Legal Studies Department at Carleton University for four years, and regularly guest lectures at the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa. As an Ottawa Director of the Criminal Lawyers’ Association he is often invited to speak to Parliamentarians on criminal legislation.

Marwa Younes

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