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Legal news from Sunday, November 28, 2010
by Zach Zagger

Controversy surrounded the Egyptian parliamentary elections on Sunday as violence accompanied accusations of corruption, fraud and silencing the opposition. Reports have surfaced of vote buying and the ejection of independent vote monitors from polling locations. The ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) has taken tough measures to hold onto its control of the 508-seat Egyptian Parliament. …

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by Drew Singer

The Supreme Court of Canada on Wednesday ruled that the police did not violate constitutional protections by accessing a citizen’s electricity usage during an investigation. The Court reversed the decision of the appellate court by finding that during their investigation of a citizen for the possible existence of marijuana farms, the police did not violate …

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