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  • Robin Camp testimony: Eight things we learned about the judge - Macleans.ca

    Robin Camp testimony: Eight things we learned about the judge - Macleans.ca;

    Federal Court Justice Robin Camp takes his seat at a Canadian Judicial Council inquiry in Calgary, Alta., Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016. (Jeff McIntosh/CP). He took long pauses during tough questions, stumbled over a point he wanted to drive home, and fiddled ...and more »

  • Justice Robin Camp should be removed for sex assault trial mistakes, inquiry hears in closing arguments - CBC.ca

    Justice Robin Camp should be removed for sex assault trial mistakes, inquiry hears in closing arguments - CBC.ca;

    Justice Robin Camp has a "strong moral compass" and his mistreatment of a complainant in a sexual assault trial in 2014 was due to ignorance that has since been rectified, his lawyer told a Canadian Judicial Council inquiry Monday in Calgary, in a ...and more »

  • Canadian judge to rape accuser: 'Why couldn't you just keep your knees together?' - The Guardian

    Canadian judge to rape accuser: 'Why couldn't you just keep your knees together?' - The Guardian;

    The supreme court of Canada. The Canadian Judicial Council is considering removing federal judge Robin Camp for discriminatory remarks during a trial in which he badgered the accuser and acquitted the accused. Photograph: Chris Wattie/Reuters.and more »

  • Judge Robin Camp should be removed from bench over comments: lawyer - The Globe and Mail

    Judge Robin Camp should be removed from bench over comments: lawyer - The Globe and Mail;

    A lawyer presenting the case against a federal judge over comments he made to a sexual assault complainant says there's sufficient evidence to remove Robin Camp from the bench. Marjorie Hickey told a Canadian Judicial Council hearing Monday that ...and more »

  • Judge apologizes for asking accuser in rape case why she couldn't keep her knees together - Washington Post

    Judge apologizes for asking accuser in rape case why she couldn't keep her knees together - Washington Post;

    The Canadian federal judge who found himself in hot water for asking an alleged rape victim during a trial why she couldn't keep her knees together said he now regrets those comments. Federal Court Justice Robin Camp testified in a hearing on Friday ...and more »

  • Judge in 'knees together' case admits 'non-existent' knowledge of criminal law - Edmonton Journal

    Judge in 'knees together' case admits 'non-existent' knowledge of criminal law - Edmonton Journal;

    Justice Robin Camp waits for a Canadian Judicial Council hearing in Calgary, Alta to begin on Tuesday September 6, 2016. The hearing is to determine whether Camp, who made comments in 2014 as a provincial court judge in Calgary, should be removed ...and more »

  • Judge who made 'knees together' remark apologizes at hearing - CTV News

    Judge who made 'knees together' remark apologizes at hearing - CTV News;

    CALGARY -- A federal judge has apologized for "rude and insulting" comments he made at a sexual-assault trial where he asked the complainant why she couldn't keep her knees together. "I was not the good judge I thought I was," said Justice Robin Camp, ...and more »

  • The Robin Camp transcript: ' … keep your knees together' and other key passages - The Globe and Mail

    The Robin Camp transcript: ' … keep your knees together' and other key passages - The Globe and Mail;

    On Sept. 7, 2016, the Canadian Judicial Council released the transcript of R v Wagar, a sexual assault case heard in Alberta in 2014. The transcript was an exhibit at the hearing into whether Federal Court Justice Robin Camp, who had presided at that ...and more »

  • Most complaints about Canadian judges dealt with behind closed doors - Calgary Herald

    Most complaints about Canadian judges dealt with behind closed doors - Calgary Herald;

    Justice Robin Camp leaves a Canadian Judicial Council hearing in Calgary on Sept. 6. Jim Wells/Postmedia. Share Adjust Comment Print. By Steve Lambert. Public hearings that consider whether a judge should be removed from the bench, such as the ...and more »

  • Alberta Justice Robin Camp in 'knees together' case admits 'non-existent' knowledge of criminal law - Globalnews.ca

    Alberta Justice Robin Camp in 'knees together' case admits 'non-existent' knowledge of criminal law - Globalnews.ca;

    A Federal Court judge facing possible removal from the bench for inappropriate remarks he made to a sex assault complainant admits his knowledge of Canadian criminal law at the time was “non-existent.” The Canadian Judicial Council is determining the ...and more »