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Iacobucci Report First Nations Representation on Ontario Juries

Iacobucci Report First Nations Representation on Ontario Juries

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Published by James Murray
1. This Report deals with one of the most venerable institutions in history, the jury. More specifically it deals with the lack of representation of First Nations peoples living in reserve communities on juries in Ontario. As with most issues involving First Nations peoples, it is difficult to deal with one issue in a discrete manner without dealing with the influences of many other factors that impact on the specific issue in question. So it is with representation of First Nations peoples on Ontario juries
1. This Report deals with one of the most venerable institutions in history, the jury. More specifically it deals with the lack of representation of First Nations peoples living in reserve communities on juries in Ontario. As with most issues involving First Nations peoples, it is difficult to deal with one issue in a discrete manner without dealing with the influences of many other factors that impact on the specific issue in question. So it is with representation of First Nations peoples on Ontario juries

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Published by: James Murray on Feb 26, 2013
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FIRST NATIONS REPRESENTATION ON ONTARIO JURIES:Report of the Independent Review Conducted by The Honourable FrankIacobucci
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TABLE OF CONTENTSPART I
INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................
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A. Preface and Acknowledgements.....................................................................................5B. Introduction and Executive Summary..............................................................................61. Introduction..................................................................................................................62. My Mandate and Work................................................................................................73. Issues Identified During Visits and Meetings...............................................................84. Written Submissions..................................................................................................105. Historical, Legal and Comparative Research............................................................116. Recommendations.....................................................................................................127. Acknowledgement.....................................................................................................14
PART II
APPOINTMENT AND WORK OF THE INDEPENDENT REVIEW...................................
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A. Mandate of the Independent Review.............................................................................15B. Work of the Independent Review..................................................................................171. Nishnawbe Aski Nation .............................................................................................172. Union of Ontario Indians ...........................................................................................183. Grand Council of Treaty #3 ......................................................................................184. Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto .......................................................................195. Independent First Nations ........................................................................................19
PART III
THE JURY SYSTEM AND FIRST NATIONS: PAST AND PRESENT............................
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A. Introduction ...................................................................................................................20B. Brief History of Juries in Ontario ...................................................................................201. Role and Functions of the Jury .................................................................................202. A Brief History of the Jury System and the Jury Selection Process in Ontario ........233. Decline in the Use of Juries from the Nineteenth to the Twentieth Century ............25C. The Jury Selection System as it Currently Operates in Ontario ..................................27D. Requirement that a Jury be Representative ................................................................291. History and Evolution of the Principle of a Representative Jury ..............................292. Ontario Case Law on Representativeness ...............................................................32(a) Preparation of Jury Rolls......................................................................................33(b) Selection of the Jury Panel .................................................................................34E. The Representation of First Nations Peoples on Ontario Juries ..................................361. Introduction ...............................................................................................................36
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Obligation to Include On-Reserve Residents on Ontario’s Jury Roll ......363. Practice of Court Officials Prior to 2001 ...................................................................374. Practice of Court Officials From 2001 On .................................................................38
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