Law in the time of COVID: How the pandemic radically reoriented Ontario's justice system
Courts are more accessible, but concerns remain about marginalized Ontarians
When Erin Townley had to testify against the man who nearly killed her, she took solace in the fact the COVID-19 pandemic meant she could do it from her own home.
In 2018, Townley had been riding with a group of cyclists around Lake Ontario, raising money for pancreatic cancer, when the driver of a grey Nissan veered onto the highway shoulder and slammed into them.
Article Written By: Trevor Pritchard
Original Article Posted on: Mar 14, 2022
Link to Original Article: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/legal-system-ontario-covid-19-pandemic-1.6278927