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Category Archives: Solomon in the media
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
Ottawa criminal defence lawyer Solomon Friedman weighs in on new gun studies proposed by the federal government.
Gun law expert Solomon Friedman weighs in on a pro-gun control video game in which players can reenact the Sandy Hook massacre.
Ottawa criminal defence lawyer Solomon Friedman joins Brian Lilley on Byline to discuss the government’s recent proposal to collect DNA samples from arrested individuals. Solomon raises the legal and constitutional concerns with this proposal and describes this proposal as part … Continue reading
Ottawa criminal defence lawyer Solomon Friedman discusses the High River, AB gun seizure by the RCMP. Originally aired on August 13, 2013.
Ottawa criminal defence lawyer Solomon Friedman appeared on Byline to discuss a recent Prince Edward Island proposal to assign convicted impaired special license plates. Solomon also examines some of the recent developments in impaired driving legislation – such as roadside … Continue reading
In a recent article, entitled “Packing heat: How gun law loopholes tripled Canada’s rifle magazine limits”, Global News’ Patrick Cain explored how Canadian firearms businesses and individuals are able to use 10 or 15 round magazines legally in readily available … Continue reading
Right to know: Changes to law concerning those found ‘not criminally responsible’ must be driven by evidence
This is my most recent column in my firm’s “Right to Know” series about the criminal justice system. This column appeared in today’s Ottawa Citizen. Changes to law concerning those found ‘not criminally responsible’ must be driven by evidence SOLOMON … Continue reading