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Negligent Lawyer

A Hungarian family lived in sanctuary in two Toronto churches for nearly three years after losing their refugee claim. They said their lawyer had not properly represented them at their asylum hearing. Matt Galloway spoke with Alexa Gilmour, she is the Minister at Windermere United Church, where the Pusuma family lived for 18 months after fleeing Hungary. Then Matt spoke with Andrew Brouwer, he is a lawyer with the Refugee Law Office in Toronto.
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