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Ontario Today Features Angela Chaisson Speaking About Cannabis Pardons

CBC’s Ontario Today features Toronto lawyer Angela Chaisson and her insights into the Federal Government’s Bill C-93, recently tabled in the House of Commons. If passed into law,  the Bill would facilitate faster and cheaper pardons for Canadians convicted of simple cannabis possession. Angela Chaisson talks calls from listeners across the province and discusses the […]
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Angela Chaisson is delighted to attend the United Nation’s Commission on the Status of Women in New York!

Angela is thrilled to attend the 63rd session of the United Nation’s Commission in the Status of Women, held at the United Nations in New York, from March 11-22, 2019. This year’s priority theme was social protection systems, access to public services and sustainable infrastructure for gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls. While […]
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Angela Chaisson joins Alberta at Noon to Discuss Marijuana Pardons

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  • On March 7, 2019
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CBC’s Alberta at Noon features Toronto criminal lawyer Angela Chaisson. Angela responds to listener questions from across Alberta on the proposed law, and what record suspensions, also known as pardons, mean in practical terms. She also discusses how marijuana pardons are an issue of racial justice, and how the marijuana laws were used to target […]
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Ontario Today Features Angela Chaisson Speaking About Cannabis Pardons

  • Posted by Angela Chaisson
  • On March 4, 2019
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CBC’s Ontario Today features Toronto lawyer Angela Chaisson and her insights into the Federal Government’s Bill C-93, recently tabled in the House of Commons. If passed into law,  the Bill would facilitate faster and cheaper pardons for Canadians convicted of simple cannabis possession. Angela Chaisson talks calls from listeners across the province and discusses the […]
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Angela Chaisson is featured on Netizens Panel at the Pomegranate Film Festival

Toronto lawyer Angela Chaisson speaks about cyber-harassment and online violence as a panelist following Pomegranate Film Festival’s Netizens screening. She discusses her work representing victims of online harassment and stalking, and speaks about the need for legal reform in this area. Angela also gives a candid take on the limits of law in addressing sexual […]
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Criminal Lawyers’ Association Welcomes Angela Chaisson as a Featured Speaker

Toronto lawyer Angela Chaisson is a featured speaker for the Criminal Lawyers’ Association and Lincoln County Law Association. The Criminal Lawyers’ Association invited Angela to speak about the role of women in the legal profession, and the particular challenges faced by female counsel practicing criminal defence. Angela discussed her experiences as a woman lawyer, and […]
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Angela Chaisson Makes Submissions Before the Canadian Senate on Behalf of the Criminal Lawyers’ Association

The Criminal Lawyers’ Association, the voice of Ontario’s criminal lawyers retained Toronto defence lawyer Angela Chaisson to provide their submission on Bill C-66 to the Canadian Senate. Bill C-66 is designed to expunge the record of historically unjust convictions. Angela presented the Senate’s Human Rights Subcommittee with argument on why the Bill must be amended […]
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Precedent Magazine Profiles Angela Chaisson as a Criminal Law Expert

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  • On October 11, 2017
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Precedent magazine, Toronto’s leading legal magazine profiles Toronto criminal lawyer Angela Chaisson, as a sought-after litigator who fights for her clients every day. In their Meet the Expert feature, Angela discusses what it’s like to be in court litigating criminal matters most days of the week, and what it takes to litigate long trials in […]
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Toronto Star Newspaper Interviews Angela Chaisson About Ontario Court of Appeal Decision in R. v. Ururyar

Angela Chaisson speaks to the Toronto Star about the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in R. v. Ururyar, the widely reported case with Mandi Gray as the complainant which overturned the trial judge's decision. The Toronto criminal lawyer discusses possible impacts on women's willingness to report sexual assault, and how criminal courts can...
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Toronto Star Gets Insight Into Controversial Sexual Assault Case With Angela Chaisson

Following the shocking acquittal of a Halifax taxi driver in a sexual assault case, Toronto lawyer Angela Chaisson discusses the case with the Toronto Star.  Angela gives insight into how the Criminal Code gives no clear line beyond which someone is too intoxicated to consent to sexual activity. She also discusses the challenge these cases […]
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