Indigenous women's advocate expresses 'absolute outrage' at judge's decision to strike down minimum sentence for Steevenson Joseph

Afternoon Drive

An Ottawa judge struck down two mandatory minimum sentences - three years in prison - in the case of Steevenson Joseph, convicted of three prostitution related offences, along with making and possessing child pornography. Cora-Lee McGuire-Cyrette is the executive director of the Ontario Native Women's Association, which works with victims of sexual assault and human trafficking.

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