Opinion Jan 29, 2020 11:29 AM EST

Canadian jurors who face mental health issues should be able to talk about it

Jury duty is mandatory in Canada. Jurors should have the right to talk about the case they served on to a professional mental health professional.

Canadian jurors who face mental health issues should be able to talk about it
Joseph Fang Toronto, Ontario
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