"I’m in," Says Ghomeshi Witness on Calls for Appeal
“I’m in,” Says Ghomeshi Witness on Calls for Appeal
The first witness in the Ghomeshi trial, Linda Christina Redgrave, said she asked the Crown to appeal the case. After CANADALAND reported on a “factual vacuum” in the ruling yesterday, some legal experts believe there may be grounds for the appeal.

The first witness in the Ghomeshi trial, Linda Christina Redgrave, said she asked the Crown to appeal the case. After CANADALAND reported on a “factual vacuum” in the ruling yesterday, some legal experts believe there may be grounds for the appeal.

Karen McArthur, a Toronto criminal defence lawyer for the past 25 years, told CBC that Justice Horkins made a clear error in the ruling and could be grounds for appeal. “As a matter of law, he couldn’t come to that conclusion,” McArthur told CBC.

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