Review: “Was It All Worth It?”

Author Barry Strayer, a federal judge, recalls only weeks after the 1982 Charter of Rights was proclaimed, thieves broke into his Ottawa home: “When the police came and we were discussing it with the detectives, one of them said, ‘Well, there’s probably not much we can do. It used to be before this Charter thing that we’d round up a few of the likely suspects and take ‘em down to the station. We usually got results.’”

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