The jury’s trip to the place where Woodstock school girl Tori Stafford was murdered was considered by the Crown to be a necessity.
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The words of a lost little boy, imprisoned in a filthy room and virtually ignored by his aunt and uncle, were what moved the judge the most.
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Parents looking for a reason to monitor their child's online activities should know about Daniel Labutte.
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Carol Baxter believed what helped her through her car crash 20 years ago was “a guardian angel.”
London police have assured the public that escaped jail inmate Justin Kunz is not a danger to the community, but it appears the courts think otherwise.
Even Justin Bieber has to buy shoes -- size nine, all-black Vans, picked up at Masonville Place's West 49 on Monday night.
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Former Liberal cabinet minister and current mayor of London, Ont., Joe Fontana was found guilty Friday on charges of fraud, breach of trust and uttering forged documents.
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She knows his name. She knows his face. Now, Jackie English's sister wants the OPP to get on board and investigate the findings of a celebrity sleuth's probe into the London teen's homicide four decades ago that points to a convicted killer as the prime suspect.
It only took one juror for Christopher Gale's murder trial to come to a screeching halt before a verdict could be reached.
Christopher Gale, 31, said he didn't call police after his girlfriend shot herself in the head with a homemade gun and instead buried her in his backyard because he thought police would think he killed her.
She has already given the court a laundry list of horrors -- but there was more.