David Del Mastro, a Mississauga, Ont., businessman who was accused of running an elaborate scheme to funnel money to his cousin’s political campaign, was acquitted on all counts Friday.
Officials of international organizations can breathe easier after the Supreme Court ruled 9-0 that key immunities guaranteed by an international treaty.
Former Peterborough MP Dean Del Mastro has parted ways with his lawyer, Leo Adler, and retained Toronto attorney Scott Fenton as he moves forward with his latest appeal.
A judge has dismissed a motion from a Sudbury man who wanted an assault charge reinstated against a city police officer — and he has ordered him to pay costs.
On the last day of the second Del Mastro trial — for David, this time, not Dean — a question of common sense came to the fore. It arrived vis-a-vis a relationship to hard, definitive proof.