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When prison is what you want
by Shari Graydon
The case of Nicole Patricia Doucet is a chilling example of the complex issues confronted by battered women. And when the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal recently absolved Ms. Doucet of charges of having counselled to commit murder, University of Ottawa law prof, Elizabeth Sheehy provided much-needed context and analysis. And she did so in three newspapers and two languages, publishing her commentary in both French and English, in Nova Scotia and Manitoba. You can read it here in English on the Informed Opinions website.