Bill could allow convicted criminals on juries
Lisa Jørgensen says Canada is moving toward a more holistic evaluation of juror eligibility. Photo: Laura Pedersen

Bill could allow convicted criminals on juries

A proposed amendment to the provincial Juries Act would repeal the rule that prevents people convicted of an offence from serving as jurors.

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A Law Times story this week addresses a proposed amendment to the provincial Juries Act that would repeal the rule that prevents people convicted of an offence from serving as jurors. Do you agree with this change?

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