Psst... Do You Think He's Asleep? Here's the article from the Toronto Star:
A Toronto judge fell asleep in the middle of a criminal trial but woke up when a defence lawyer dropped a 2,136-page copy of the Criminal Code on the desk in front of him, a court was told yesterday.

Mr. Justice Ayres Couto convicted Andras Deak of mischief and criminal harassment at the end of the trial on July 18, 2001, and sentenced him to two years' probation. But an appeal court overturned the conviction yesterday, saying Couto's ability to observe the demeanour of a key witness might have been impaired.

Couto dozed off during cross-examination of the complainant during the Old City Hall trial...


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New Job Last week I accepted a position with a bigger firm downtown. I start in a little over a week. I'll be doing more reference and no Intranet, which makes me happy. Posts may be even spottier than usual while I make the transition. Bear with me!


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