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March 31, 2014

Lawyers who are good conversationalists can more easily build their legal practices, Toronto criminal lawyer Aaron Harnett tells Lawyers Weekly.

March 5, 2014

Justice Minister Peter MacKay says draft legislation that would loosen federal marijuana laws is under “serious consideration.”

February 14, 2014

There is very little likelihood that a Charter of Rights challenge by two B.C. men to allow “compassion clubs” to sell medicinal marijuana will succeed, says Toronto criminal lawyer Aaron Harnett.

February 3, 2014

If teen popstar Justin Bieber is found guilty of assaulting a limo driver after a Toronto Maple Leafs hockey game, he may have incredible difficulty getting back into the United States, where he currently lives, Toronto criminal lawyer Aaron Harnett tells Entertainment Tonight Canada.

December 20, 2013

The Supreme Court of Canada clarified a number of murky concepts and legal principles which have plagued lawyers and judges for many years with its decision on prostitution laws in Canada, says Toronto criminal lawyer Aaron Harnett.

December 13, 2013

The decision by the Ontario Court of Appeal to stay robbery and confinement convictions against a Toronto man who was severely beaten by Toronto police officers for a confession, is about reassuring the public that serious violent police abuses will not be tolerated, says Toronto criminal lawyer Aaron Harnett.

December 11, 2013

Toronto criminal lawyer Aaron Harnett’s story on how Mayor Rob Ford could be charged under s. 504 in the Criminal Code by a citizen for his drug use was featured in a National Post story.

November 14, 2013

While Mayor Rob Ford hasn’t been formally charged by police for any of the number of potential crimes he’s publicly admitted to, Toronto criminal lawyer Aaron Harnett says it’s possible he could face charges laid by one or more private citizens.

August 29, 2013

Ontario’s premier and Toronto Mayor Rob Ford threw themselves in the political pot debate Wednesday, confessing they too smoked dope – and more than once.

July 18, 2013

As Canada’s medical marijuana program continues to evolve, conducting research and trials on a particular strain of the drug for treatment of juvenile epilepsy must be considered, says Toronto criminal lawyer Aaron Harnett.

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