Are you Aboriginal? Do you have a bail hearing? Or are you going to be sentenced for a crime?

This booklet and accompanying poster are about the right of Aboriginal peoples, as a result of a case called Gladue, to have a judge take their background into account when setting bail or deciding on a sentence. The booklet explains the kind of information a judge needs in order to apply Gladue, when to give the judge this information, and where to go for help.

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The Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres, Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto, and CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario/Éducation juridique communautaire Ontario) worked in partnership to develop and produce this booklet and accompanying poster.