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The West Block
October 11 2020 11:00am

Justice Minister ‘confident’ coronavirus court delays are under control as second wave surges

As the country’s most populous province prepares to reimpose strict rules in a bid to rein in an accelerating surge in coronavirus cases, Justice Minister David Lametti says he’s “confident” the court system is able to cope with the situation. In an interview on the The West Block, host Mercedes Stephenson asks Lametti about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on courts and trials, and whether he anticipates delays will lead to serious charges, such as murder, being thrown out.

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