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Editorial Cartoon - July 28, 2014

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Presumption of innocence shackled

A report that shows provincial jails are primarily used to hold people who have been denied bail should be a wake-up call for justice departments across Canada.

There are legitimate reasons for denying bail to some offenders, but the huge numbers of unconvicted people sitting in provincial jails is evidence of ...

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