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Category Archives: Solomon in the media
Lawyer Solomon Friedman comments on the government using supposedly detroyed data from the long gun registry. Originally aired on February 4, 2014.
As Ottawa criminal defence lawyer Solomon Friedman explains, the term ‘not criminally responsible’ is fundamentally different from guilty or innocent. Originally aired on January 20, 2014.
Right to Know: Judicial activism vs. judicial independence BY SOLOMON FRIEDMAN OTTAWA CITIZEN JANUARY 17, 2014 In recent weeks, there has been considerable debate on the subject of the newly reinvigorated victim fine surcharge. Even more interesting than the issue … Continue reading
Ottawa criminal defence lawyer Solomon Friedman appears on Byline to explain why the National Firearms Association is calling for a full judicial inquiry to determine what happened at High River, and why.
In a recent Global News story, Patrick Cain examines a potential push for tighter gun control, revealed in a newly released briefing note to Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney. Solomon Friedman was quoted in that story: A tightening of firearm … Continue reading
Bill C-13 – Cyberbullying or legislative bullying? BY SOLOMON FRIEDMAN OTTAWA CITIZEN DECEMBER 6, 2013 OTTAWA — Last month, the federal government tabled Bill C-13, a set of new provisions and amendments to the Criminal Code collectively touted as the … Continue reading
Ottawa criminal defence lawyer Solomon Friedman appears on Straight Talk to provide an update on the RCMP gun grab in High River, AB. Originally aired on December 11, 2013.
Solomon Friedman appeared for a panel discussion on Sun News and addresses the issue of victim fine surcharges. Originally aired December 9, 2013.
Ottawa criminal defence lawyer Solomon Friedman comments on the RCMP’s launch of the long-awaited High River gun grab review.
Recently in the news: The Ontario Court of Appeal ruled last week that a three-year mandatory minimum sentence for gun possession is unconstitutional. Alan Neal spoke about the ruling with Ottawa criminal defence lawyer Solomon Friedman on All In A … Continue reading