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Toronto criminal lawyer Joseph Neuberger tells the Globe and Mail that he and his firm have been asked to represent Michael Rafferty in the appeal of his first-degree murder conviction.
Neuberger says Rafferty has applied for legal aid and, “If successful, then he has requested that I and my firm represent him, which we are prepared to do,” says Neuberger, a partner with Neuberger Rose LLP. Read Globe and Mail Story
Rafferty was convicted in May in the slaying of eight-year-old Tori Stafford in Woodstock. An automatic life sentence was imposed, and Rafferty has no chance of parole for 25 years.