A fix to court delays?

The House

Nearly two years later, the Supreme Court's Jordan decision continues to be felt throughout the country's justice system. That's when the country's highest court set time limits. Provincial offences would have to be tried within 18 months of a charge, and in 30 months for a Superior Court charge. The result: hundreds of serious criminal cases including murders and sexual assaults were stayed because of delays. This week, the federal government introduced legislation to try to fix that. Canada's Justice Minister, Jody Wilson-Raybould, joins us.

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