Bergman, Brian
June 2011
Alberta Views;Jun2011, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p26
An interview with former Provincial Court judge and Canadian politician John Reilly is presented. When asked regarding the young judge explored in hi book "Bad Medicine: A Judge's Struggle for Justice in a First Nations Community," he refers to himself applying the English law contrary to dispensing justice. He says that the Canadian justice system became more sensitive on root causes of crimes not just for Aboriginals. Reilly notes that isolation is the worst thing on Indian reserves.


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