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2011.07.21 Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46 Canadian Criminal Code: CanLii - Parties to offence 21, Disobeying a statute 126, Obstructing justice 139,
 
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2011.07.21 Courts Of Justice Act RSO 1990 Chapter C-43 E-Laws: Prohibition against photography, etc., at court hearing136.(1)Subject to subsections (2) and (3), no person shall, LINK
2011.07.21 Copyright Information: © Queen's Printer for Ontario Ontario.ca LINK
2011.07.21 E-Laws becomes An Official Source Of Law Ministry Of The Attorney General LINK
2011.07.21 Arrest without warrant by any person Canadian Criminal Code: E-Laws - 494. (1) LINK
2011.07.21 Police Services Act E-Laws: Declaration of principles, Duties of chief of police, Duties of police officer, Power to act throughout Ontario, Powers and duties of common law constable LINK
2011.07.21 Public Works Protection Act E-Laws: Refusal to obey guard, etc. 5.(1) LINK
       

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Canada Court Watch A program of the National Association for Public and Private Accountability, listing stories of issues with family and criminal court systems. LINK
  A parent’s self help guide A guide to recording your own court hearing - 150 pages - September 18, 2010. LINK
  Recording your own court hearing is YOUR RIGHT! In Ontario LINK
     
Canada Court Watch Video Channel Canada Court Watch is a non-profit community-based organization dedicated to protecting the public's interest in the administration of justice and promoting the rights and freedoms of people in a free and democratic society.

We expose injustices committed against children and families by the legal system including lawyers, judges, child protection workers and government funded agencies who provide services related to the justice or child protection system.

Through public awareness and exposure of the injustices that good people are being subjected to, our goal is make the legal and child protection system accountable and transparent and to help ensure that all children and families are treated with fairness and respect by the system.
 
Canada Court Watch: VIDEO http://canadacourtwatch.com/Video/VideoFilesIndex.html  

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Tape Record everybody to protect yourself in Canada's morally corrupt family court system! Canada Court Watch is a non-profit community-based organization dedicated to protecting the public's interest in the administration of justice and promoting the rights and freedoms of people in a free and democratic society.

We expose injustices committed against children and families by the legal system including lawyers, judges, child protection workers and government funded agencies who provide services related to the justice or child protection system.

Through public awareness and exposure of the injustices that good people are being subjected to, our goal is make the legal and child protection system accountable and transparent and to help ensure that all children and families are treated with fairness and respect by the system.
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Ontario citizen stands up against Judge to demand his rights to record in court A citizen describes how he stood up against an Ontario court judge and demanded (and was granted) his rights to record his court hearing as granted under Section 136 of Ontario's Courts of Justice Act.

At first, the judge broke the law, but then later backed down, adjourned the court and allowed the citizen to go to a local mall and purchase an electronic recording device to bring back into the courtroom.

The testimony of this citizen is a good example of what citizens can do when they decide to fight back against court tyranny and corruption.

Free detailed informaiton is available for those citizens who live in Ontario outlining their rights to record their court hearings under the Courts of Justice Act by emailing a request to Canada Court Watch
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Parent speaks out about violation of the law by Judges in Ontario courts An Ontario father describes how his rights and freedoms were violated by Justice Christopher Corkery of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Milton, Ontario.

The treatment that this father received in court is typical of the kind of abuse routinely faced by parents in Ontario's morally corrupt family courts.

Hopefully, through the power of the internt, exposure of this kind of abuse of Judicial power, will encourage those in political power take action to protect the citizens of Ontario. Maybe it's time to have judges elected as they do in the United States of America. Give the citizens the power to remove those judges who act in violation of the law and bring the administration of justice into disrepute.
 
     
     
     
 
 

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