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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. This article was published more than 1 year ago. Some information in it may no longer be current. Demonstrators protest Judge Gregory Lenehan's decision to acquit a Halifax taxi driver charged with sexual assault during a rally in Halifax on March 7, Provincial Court Justice Gregory Lenehan acquitted a Halifax taxi driver last year of sexual assault involving an intoxicated female passenger. Police had found the woman partly naked and passed out, with the taxi driver holding her urine-stained underwear. It also led to federal legislation codifying that unconscious women cannot consent to sex. Justice Lenehan had shown no gender bias, the committee said, and was accurate in his statement that inebriated people may still be able to consent to sex under Canadian law. Justice Lenehan has been a judge for seven years, and was a Crown attorney before that, frequently prosecuting sexual-assault cases. From now on, he told the committee, he would write out his rulings before delivering them.
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Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers responding to a call about a crash in Alberta, Canada on Monday morning found quite the scene when they arrived: a car full of naked people in various states of intoxication. In what we're pretty sure isn't just a Monty Python sketch, the Associated Press reports that RCMP officers found four naked women and one naked man in one of the vehicles involved in the two-car crash. They were all transported to an area hospital with "undisclosed injuries. However, the Mounties arrested all five of them on Tuesday morning after uncovering evidence they say points to a "purposeful collision" caused by the naked group. They also pointed to drugs and alcohol being involved. Laurel Scott told the AP. Making things all the more "bizarre," in the words of authorities, is where this all went down. The crash occurred on a two-lane road outside the tiny town of Nisku in a rural area populated mostly by oil drilling operations. Additionally, the road was covered in snow at the time. So we know it's only Tuesday, but there's a nice mental image to get you through the week: A car full of drunk, naked Canadians careening madly out of control through an oil field.
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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. This article was published more than 1 year ago. Some information in it may no longer be current. Demonstrators protest Judge Gregory Lenehan's decision to acquit a Halifax taxi driver charged with sexual assault during a rally in Halifax on March 7, Provincial Court Justice Gregory Lenehan acquitted a Halifax taxi driver last year of sexual assault involving an intoxicated female passenger.

Police had found the woman partly naked and passed out, with the taxi driver holding her urine-stained underwear. It also led to federal legislation codifying that unconscious women cannot consent to sex. Justice Lenehan had shown no gender bias, the committee said, and was accurate in his statement that inebriated people may still be able to consent to sex under Canadian law.

Justice Lenehan has been a judge for seven years, and was a Crown attorney before that, frequently prosecuting sexual-assault cases. From now on, he told the committee, he would write out his rulings before delivering them.

He spoke from notes in acquitting taxi driver Bassam Al-Rawi. That resolve, plus an N. Court of Appeal ruling in January throwing out the acquittal and ordering a new trial, should be enough to address any damage to public confidence, the committee said. Demonstrators protest Judge Gregory Lenehan's decision during last year's rally in Halifax. In an interview, Ms. I think that was extremely biased. Justice Lenehan declined, through a lawyer, to speak to The Globe after the ruling. But at the review committee, he had spoken about how difficult the past year had been.

He had to change his phone number. Some protesters at the courthouse put personal messages about him on their signs. His family had been subjected to comments about him. He had not been able to speak out. He prides himself in his sense of fairness. Peter Gall of Vancouver, one of his lawyers, said the committee struck the right balance. Justice Lenehan has continued hearing cases — including those involving sexual-assault allegations — while the complaints were before the judicial council.

No one has asked for him to recuse himself, the review committee noted in its page ruling. The misconduct case came a year after the Canadian Judicial Council, for the first time, recommended the removal of a judge over his handling of a sexual-assault trial. In the Lenehan case, there was no sign of such biases in court transcripts, the committee said. In each, it cleared Justice Lenehan of gender bias. In the breastfeeding incident, it accepted his explanation that the baby was too noisy for the small courtroom they were in, although it added that he could have chosen more appropriate words.

The committee said evicting a woman solely for breastfeeding would be cause for concern. We have closed comments on this story for legal reasons or for abuse. For more information on our commenting policies and how our community-based moderation works, please read our Community Guidelines and our Terms and Conditions.

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