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Charges have been withdrawn against an Ontario man who claimed to have travelled to Syria in 2016 to join ISIS and committed acts of terrorism. Shehroze Chaudhry was charged last year with perpetrating a hoax and his lawyer has explained that the behaviour was due to immaturity, not criminal intent. While the charge has been dropped, Chaudhry has entered into a peace bond and will abide by other conditions for 12 months.

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Developing a Modernized Criminal Justice Strategy that supports Offender Rehabilitation while putting Safety and Security First

September 28, 2020 - by Scott Newark LLB

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An Alberta judge has refused to consider an attempt by opponents of COVID-19 public health restrictions to delay their implementation. The applicants, including two churches and a gym owner, contending that restrictions such as mask-wearing ald limits on gatherings are unconstitutional, had sought an emergency injunction until the court had heard their main case.

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Two men, Raed Jaser and Chiheb Esseghaier, had been arrested following Project Smooth, an RCMP national security investigation that began in 2012 and involved an undercover FBI informant who had infiltrated the alleged plot.

They were tried and convicted of terrorism in 2015, and lawyers get to work preparing for an appeal. Last week, they finally won the right to an appeal based on the type of jury selection chosen.

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