Concern over one aspect of the new Crime Bill

APTN National News
One aspect of the government’s crime bill is causing a lot of concern in legal circles.

The part dealing with mandatory minimum sentences.

The Gladue Decision came from the Supreme Court of Canada,  judges must take in account an aboriginal person’s past when handing down a sentence.

So how will this new legislation affect that?

Jonathon Rudin from the Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto joined APTN National News anchor, Michael Hutchinson.