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  • What are the Penalties for Drinking and Driving in 2018?November 8, 2018

    Today, Canada watched as Marco Muzzo applied for parole. His case shed light on the danger of driving under the influence. Has Canada changed their attitude about DUI’s in the years since Muzzo’s sentencing? Muzzo Case and Parole On February 4th, 2016 Marco Muzzo, having caused the death of 3 young … Read more »

  • NewsTalk 1010: Toronto Police Department’s New Policy on Officers & MarijuanaOctober 18, 2018

    Ed Prutschi sat down on NewsTalk1010’s Law and Order segment to discuss the Toronto Police Department’s new policy that will restrict officers from consuming marijuana, which was just made legal, 28 days before duty. This policy effectively bans officers from consuming marijuana. The police union is … Read more »

  • Criminal Lawyer Edward Prutschi Discusses Paul Bernardo’s Parole HearingOctober 17, 2018

    Paul Bernardo brutally raped and killed young teenage girls along with his wife, Karla Homolka. He was convicted on two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of aggravated sexual assault. Bernardo received a life sentence without a chance of parole for 25 years. Now, Bernardo is making his fi … Read more »

  • Edward Prutschi Discusses Toronto Police Officers and MarijuanaOctober 9, 2018

    Marijuana is set to be legal in Toronto on October 17th. A newly released report by Toronto City Police Chief outlined how they will handle who consume recreational marijuana. It states that officers cannot have any signs of marijuana in their systems, which takes 28 days to clear – meaning that off … Read more »

  • Ed Prutschi Discusses Healing Lodges Over PrisonOctober 5, 2018

    The Canadian public recently learned that two of their most notorious killers are not serving their sentences behind bars. Instead, they are serving their sentences to low-security healing lodges. Criminal lawyer Ed Prutschi writes for The Sun about the use of healing lodges over conventional prison … Read more »