The correspondence received by the Council was from a complainant who indicated that he was upset with the way the judge handled his trial regarding his father’s death.

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The correspondence received by the Council was from a complainant who indicated that he was upset with the way the judge handled his trial regarding his father’s death. The judge allegedly made judgements despite the absence of supporting evidence other than the opposing party’s testimony, held the remains of the complainants father hostage for six years in an effort to sway the complainant’s view, changed the rules of procedures in order to accommodate the opposing party, and allowed a twice disbarred lawyer of Ontario to provide advice to the opposing party.

Despite the Council recognizing the difficulties that the complainant was facing, the complaint did not pertain to the Council’s mandate. The complainant was advised that they had the right to appeal the decision through the appropriate courts. The matter was closed.

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