Guilty until proven Innocent?
More AMP Articles:
Take a moment to read Jim Kenzie's June 27 article about AMP in the Toronto Star:
AMP up opposition to this shocking development
You can also contact our Attorney General:
If you feel as I do about your rights, you MUST contact your MPP and make your displeasure known. Sitting on the sidelines says you agree. Look up your local MPP Here: MPP Addresses and Contact Information
Ministry of the Attorney General
720 Bay Street, 11th Floor
Here is the note I sent to my MPP:
Hopefully you are familiar with the changes to the AMP that are either being suggested or are already in place. I have searched the internet and have been unable to find out just where this stands. Can you tell me?
Obviously I and anyone else concerned with our legal rights, objects to this unfair method of handling alleged HTA infractions. Taking away a citizens right to defend him or herself is Wrong and certainly does not live up to Premier Wynns promise of "promoting fairness and access to justice."
As my MPP please be clear that everyone in my family objects to this unfair method denying Ontario residents the right to defend themselves and be found not guilty.
87 Advance Road
Toronto ON M8Z 2S6
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