One of our lawyers, Kathleen Stokes, was invited by CBC to take part in a debate about the recent #Metoo movement.
Here is an excerpt from the CBC article:
Sudbury lawyer Kathleen Stokes says the campaign is dangerous because it presumes people are guilty without having their day in court. Women have a right to make complaints, and I believe that those complaints should be investigated,” she said.
“But do I believe that there should be what in my day was called a public churching, where you get up and accuse people of something without their right of response? No I don’t believe that.”
You can listen to the full interview here.