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Joseph Neuberger's media roundup

Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger is frequently called upon by the media to be a trusted source for their news stories, particularly for his focus on criminal law matters.

Here is the most recent list:

Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger talks to The John Oakley Show about the difficulties with the so-call Ghomeshi amendments to sexual assault legislation, reasons for eyewitness evidence being fraught with frailty and concerns about oppressive interrogation of suspects. Listen

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Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger talks to The John Oakley Show about the expiration of Omar Khadr's sentence, and the community outrage in Brampton over the release of a convicted sex offender. Listen

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Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger talks to Jeff McArthur Show about a lawsuit launched against a Surrey, B.C. man by four of his co-workers for allegedly making off with their shares of a $1-million lottery jackpot. Listen

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Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger talks to Jeff McArthur Show about the Humboldt bus crash sentencing. Listen

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Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger talks to The John Oakley Show about the SNC-Lavalin controversy, upcoming pardons for cannabis possession, and Ontario's sex education curriculum. Listen

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Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger tells the CBC if there was a genuine attempt by anybody in the PMO, including the prime minister, to speak with the attorney general about ending an investigation or a criminal prosecution of any type involving SNC-Lavalin, that can amount to obstruction of justice and/or interference with a public official. More specifically, obstructing a public officer or peace officer in the execution of her duty.

 The potential problem, Neuberger, partner with Neuberger & Partners LLP, said, is if the conversation amounted to an overt or implicit directive to the attorney general.

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Recent amendments to the Criminal Code have changed drinking and driving legislation significantly, Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger tells The Lawyer's Daily. "Arguably the most concerning amendment is the creation of a new offence — consuming too much alcohol or drugs after driving," says Neuberger, partner with Neuberger & Partners LLP.

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Changes to the Criminal Code that allow police to demand a breath sample two hours after someone has ceased driving will clog up the court system with unnecessary challenges, Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger tells Bill Kelly 900 CHML Toronto. "One of the cases will come across my desk or one of my partners' desks, or any number of law firms across this country, and there will be constitutional challenges … and what we’re going to have is more havoc in the courts  that is completely and utterly unnecessary," says Neuberger, partner with Neuberger & Partners LLP,

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Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger tells AM640's that the suspension of a Regina MP over complaints before any allegations could be proven is concerning.  Listen

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Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger talks to The John Oakley Show about due process, and the "court of public opinion" with regards to allegations of sexual misconduct. Listen

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Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger talks to The John Oakley Show about legal cases in the news. Listen

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Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger talks to The John Oakley Show about an Ontario politician who was accused of sexual misconduct by two women. Listen

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