Feds Win ‘Faint Hope’ Ruling

A judge has thrown out a constitutional challenge of the “faint hope” bill, a Conservative law that curbed early parole for prisoners convicted of first-degree murder. An Ottawa-area woman serving a life sentence for killing her husband argued the retroactive bill breached her Charter rights: “We’re not talking about controversial legislation”.

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