The Canadian Press

1997-02-06 | SCOC-Latimer

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The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in February that Robert Latimer should get a new trial in the killing of his severely disabled daughter. The first time he went to court, Latimer was convicted and sentenced to 10 years for second-degree murder. But the high court tossed out the verdict, citing allegations of jury tampering. Latimer said it was a small victory.

Date: 1997-02-06
Placeline: Wilkie, SK, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 11 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << there's no great I'm going to trial again either but and that's what they always seem to want to do so they're the ones that are wrong I know I didn't do anything wrong and I know they did >>

Clip ID: 19970206CPCN001