Tuesday, April 5, 2011

The Amicus Speaks

George MacIntosh and Tim Dickson for the Amicus took the court through a wide-ranging rebuttal of defenders' arguments to this point.

James Keller, in the Globe and Mail, wrote as follows:
Canadians in relationships with multiple partners shouldn't be turned into criminals because of alleged abuses in a small, isolated community in British Columbia, says a lawyer arguing against the anti-polygamy law.

George Macintosh, a lawyer appointed to oppose the government at constitutional hearings, said Monday the current law against polygamy is far too broad.

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