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Joseph Neuberger, Stacey Nichols appear weekly on Sirius Radio

Toronto criminal lawyers Joseph Neuberger and Stacey Nichols appear on Sirius XM Radio’s The Legal Beat every Thursday at 11:30 a.m. to share an insider’s look into the news of the day from a legal perspective.

Joining hosts Christine Bentley, Sharon Caddy and Kate Wheeler, Neuberger and Nichols, of Neuberger & Partners LLP, bring more than three decades of combined legal experience in the criminal courts. Author of Assessing Dangerousness: Guide to the Dangerous Offender Application Process, Neuberger represents accused people from across Canada in high-profile cases, is active in the legal community and has held several leadership positions, including past president of the Toronto Lawyers Association and past editor-in-chief of the Toronto Law Journal, a law journal published on line by the Toronto Lawyers Association.

Nichols' practice focuses on regulatory and criminal charges including first-degree murder, as well as fraud-related civil actions. She has extensive experience in dealing with mental health cases both in the trial courts and before the Ontario Review Board. Her practice regularly involves constitutional litigation and she has been engaged with several noteworthy constitutional challenges, including Canada's prostitution law.

The show’s hosts have been trusted news sources for Canadians for decades. They interview people for information not sensation and they let you know why you should care about the topics of the day. 

Tune in to hear Neuberger and Nichols each week on The Legal Beat on SiriusXM – Channel 167.

LISTEN TO JOSEPH NEUBERGER AND STACEY NICHOLS ON THE LEGAL BEAT BELOW:

May 21, 2015This week, Joseph Neuberger and Stacey Nichols talk about how Canada needs a paradigm shift when it comes to sentencing offenders so that they are better prepared for release into the community and are less likely to reoffend. Under the current system, prisons aren't preparing inmates for parole adequately and as a result, taxpayers are forced to spend more on keeping them behind bars. And this doesn't make communities safer because inmates are being released without undergoing rehabilitative programs and are more prone to return to a life of crime. To Read More ... Listen to a Clip of their Appearance

May 28, 2015: This week, Joseph Neuberger talks about the federal government's tough-on-crime agenda and how the Supreme Court of Canada has recently expanded one of the grounds on which someone can be held on bail in certain types of cases. "We can find more people held in custody, which can result in guilty pleas from people who are not guilty," Neuberger tells Sirius Radio. To Read More ... Listen to a Clip of his Appearance

June 4, 2015: Listen to Joseph Neuberger talk to Christine Bentley and Kate Wheeler about contingency fees for lawyers and how some say single mothers are at a disadvantage. Listen to a Clip of his Appearance

June 11, 2015: Stacey Nichols talks to Christine Bentley and Kate Wheeler this week about Bill C-14, which strengthens the Criminal Code of Canada's decision-making process regarding those deemed not criminally responsible. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance

June 25, 2015: Stacey Nichols appears this week with Christine Bentley and Kate Wheeler to chat about medical marijuana and the Supreme Court of Canada's decision to legalize all forms of it. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance

July 2, 2015: Stacey Nichols talks to Sharon Caddy and Kate Wheeler this week about the government cracking down on impaired drivers with legislative changes that mean, among other things, stiffer penalties for the crime. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance

July 16, 2015: On this week's show, Joseph Neuberger and Stacey Nichols explain the significance of a recent Ontario court decision in which a judge has sided with the service Uber in its legal dispute with the City of Toronto. Listen to a Clip of their Appearance 

July 23, 2015: Joseph Neuberger speaks about a Charter challenge that has been launched against Bill C-51 and why he says the legislation needs to be tested in court. Listen to a Clip of his Appearance

July 30, 2015: John Navarrete of Neuberger & Partners LLP weighs in on the impact of vulgar and obscene behaviour on one's employment and personal life. Listen to a Clip of his Appearance

August 6, 2015: Stacey Nichols appears this week with Christine Bentley and Kate Wheeler to talk about the hacktivist group Anonymous and what police are calling acts of vigilantism. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance

August 13, 2015: Stacey Nichols speaks about domestic violence on the show and how the issue has evolved over the years. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance

Sept. 10, 2015: John Navarrete of Neuberger & Partners LLP comments on how the smokers' rights battle is now going to the British Columbia Supreme Court in a move that may limit actions in one's own home.  Listen to a Clip of his Appearance 

Sept. 17, 2015: Joseph Neuberger joins hosts Christine Bentley and Kate Wheeler to weigh in on the Court of Appeal's recent decision to dismiss the federal government's appeal over the niqab at citizenship ceremonies. Listen to a Clip of his Appearance 

Sept. 24, 2015: Joseph Neuberger appears on the show to speak about the Law Society of Upper Canada's decision to put non-lawyer ownership of law firms on hold for now. Listen to a Clip of his Appearance   

Oct. 1, 2015: Joseph Neuberger joins hosts Christine Bentley and Kate Wheeler to talk about the criminal case against disgraced senator Patrick Brazeau. Listen to a Clip of his Appearance 

Oct. 8, 2015: Stacey Nichols appears on the show to discuss carding, a controversial practice that police call street checks. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance 

Oct. 15, 2015: Joseph Neuberger, who has defended about 700 sexual assault matters, provides some legal analysis on how the Crown is changing the manner in which it prosecutes these types of cases. Watch a Clip of his Appearance 

Oct. 23, 2015: Stacey Nichols weighs in on how the election of Justin Trudeau may impact crime laws – specifically the Criminal Code and marijuana laws – in Canada. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance 

Oct. 29, 2015: Joining hosts Christine Bentley and Sharon Caddy, John Navarrete comments on the legal troubles of Sen. Patrick Brazeau after a Quebec judge granted him an unconditional discharge on assault and cocaine charges. Listen to a Clip of his Appearance   

Nov. 5, 2015: John Navarrete speaks about the strange case of a woman who allegedly sprayed an acidic substance onto a three-year-old child. She is facing charges of assault causing bodily harm, assault with a weapon and administering a noxious substance. Listen to a Clip of his Appearance 

Nov. 12, 2015: Joining the program is Stacey Nichols to talk about how the bail hearing for Marco Muzzo, the alleged impaired driver accused in a crash north of Toronto that killed three children and their grandfather, has been again postponed. Muzzo is facing a dozen impaired-driving offences and six charges related to the dangerous operation of a motor vehicle. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance 

Nov. 19, 2015: Appearing on the program with hosts Sharon Caddy and Kate Wheeler, Joseph Neuberger weighs in about actor Charlie Sheen's disclosure that he is HIV positive. Watch a Video of his Appearance

Nov. 26, 2015: Joseph Neuberger appears on the program to talk about the Chicago police officer, now charged with the first-degree murder of a teenager, following a shooting that was caught on video. Listen to a Clip of his Appearance 

Dec. 3, 2015: Joseph Neuberger and Stacey Nichols appear on the show and weigh in on the Sammy Yatim case in Toronto. Watch a Video of their Appearance

 Dec. 10, 2015: Joining Christine Bentley and Sharon Caddy, Joseph Neuberger speaks about Mike Duffy's testimony during his trial. Listen to a Clip of his Appearance

Dec. 18, 2015: John Navarrete appears on the show to talk about the possibility of beer being sold in Ontario grocery stores. Listen to a Clip of his Appearance 

Jan. 7, 2016: Appearing with hosts Kate Wheeler and Christine Bentley, Stacey Nichols speaks about the news that Marco Muzzo is planning to plead guilty when he appears in court in early February. He was charged in connection with a crash that killed three young children and their grandfather. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance

Jan. 14, 2016: Joseph Neuberger talks about several current high-profile legal issues, including the possibility that Bill Cosby's legal matter may be dismissed and the case of Steve Avery, who is the subject of the Netflix documentary, "Making a Murderer." Listen to a Clip of his Appearance 

Jan. 21, 2016: Joseph Neuberger joins the show to discuss the James Forcillo murder trial as the jury deliberates. He weighs in on the issues the jury has to consider, specifically the two sets of shots the officer fired on Sammy Yatim on the streetcar that night. Watch a Clip of his Appearance

Jan. 28, 2016: Stacey Nichols appears on the program to speak about how four Toronto police officers have been charged with perjury and obstructing justice. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance

Feb. 4, 2016: Joseph Neuberger discusses the fact that Marco Muzzo was granted bail prior to sentencing after pleading guilty to charges stemming from a crash that killed three children and their grandfather. Watch a Video of his Appearance

Feb. 11, 2016: Stacey Nichols weighs in on the Jian Ghomeshi trial and the issue of credibility of the complainants that emerged during the proceedings. She also spoke about Dennis Oland's request for bail pending the hearing of the appeal of his second-degree murder conviction. He was convicted in December of murdering his father in Saint John, N.B. Watch a Video of her Appearance 

Feb. 18, 2016: Joseph Neuberger speaks about how a New Brunswick judge has denied bail for Dennis Oland pending the outcome of his appeal. Oland was sentenced in December for the second-degree murder of his father, Richard Oland. Watch a Video of Neuberger's Appearance

Feb. 25, 2016: Stacey Nichols comments on the sentencing of Marco Muzzo and how much time he may serve behind bars. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance

Mar. 3, 2016: Joseph Neuberger weighs in on Ezra Levant and the commentator's resignation from the Law Society of Alberta. Watch a Video of Neuberger's Appearance 

Mar. 24, 2016: Stacey Nichols speaks about the judge's decision in the Jian Ghomeshi trial and how the complainants' own credibility impacted the outcome of the case.  Listen to a Clip of her Appearance 

Mar. 31, 2016: The sentencing hearing for Gordon Stuckless – the man at the centre of the Maple Leaf Gardens sexual abuse scandal – was the focus of the discussion with Stacey Nichols this week. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance 

April 7, 2016: Stacey Nichols joins the program to discuss how the Ontario Court of Appeal has given the green light for two class-action lawsuits to proceed against the Toronto police in connection with the arrests made during the G20 protest. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance 

April 14, 2016: John Navarrete speaks with the hosts about the newly tabled physician-assisted suicide law and how it is more restrictive than a parliamentary committee had recommended. Listen to a Clip of his Appearance

April 21, 2016: Joseph Neuberger appears on the show during the delivery of the verdict in the Sen. Mike Duffy case. Neuberger weighs in on the dismissal of charges one and two against the senator on alleged offences related to his residency and how the judge described Duffy as a credible witness. Listen to a clip of his Appearance

May 12, 2016: Joseph Neuberger weighs in on the nature of what is now known about the allegations in the second sexual assault case against former CBC Radio host Jian Ghomeshi. Watch a Video of Neuberger's Appearance 

May 19, 2016: Stacey Nichols comments on the fact that Sammy Yatim's mother ran from the courtroom as James Forcillo's lawyer was arguing that the five-year mandatory minimum sentence for attempted murder is too harsh for the officer. Listen to a Clip of her Appearance

May 26, 2016: Stacey Nichols comments on an Alberta court's finding that Matthew de Grood is not criminally responsible for killing five people in a stabbing rampage in Calgary. Watch a video of Nichols' Appearance

 

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