Bill that would have improved mental support for jurors dies in Senate

  Winnipeg Free Press 

TORONTO - A prominent juror advocate says he's frustrated and angry after a private member's bill aimed at improving mental-health support for traumatized jury members died in the Senate. Mark Farrant ...

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