In the UK, a person who committed a crime on June 18, 2017 has already had his trial, been convicted and sentenced. How is it that the UK can provide the timely administration of justice on major crimes in under eight months, while in Ontario, the court system continues to struggle to process court cases within three years? What can Ontario learn from the UK justice system?
Hi Ron. You always ask the tough questions. I have had to deal with this problem first-hand and it’s very, very frustrating. I promised Ken I’d keep my responses to less than novellas and unfortunately this issue would probably require a trilogy worth of discussion. Want to meet at a Tim Hortons sometime to discuss?