Bill Trudell

Bill Trudell

Veteran criminal defence lawyer Bill Trudell brings the conversation around to issues of importance to the criminal bar and the legal profession as a whole.

Column: Sidebars

What the world can learn from “Music of Strangers”President-elect . . . Donald Trump?! I feel like my pen stopped in mid-sentence and looked around at me in protest. I tightened my grip, forced it to move forward and just write on.
Bon Camino: finding community far away from mineLife in law seems never to stop. Court deadlines, new files, new rules, complex trials, changing legislation, clients needs, family time outs . . . the old adage “the defence never rests” really applies to most of us in this profession. But if not a rest, perhaps a change might work. Enter the Camino.
Monday, 25 July 2016 09:00

Arms and The Man

Arms and The ManT.S. Eliot was wrong. June and July are the cruellest months, not April. Minneapolis, Orlando, Dallas and Baton Rouge, to name only a few locations, featured death by firearms.
Opening the doors to dialogue on criminal justiceSomeone told me Sunday, May 15, was for Christians, the feast of Pentecost.
Monday, 28 March 2016 09:00

Jail house of cards

Jail house of cardsMy late mother, elegant into her 90s, loved to gather with her friends and enjoy a thoughtful, perhaps itself elegant game of bridge. I was thinking that if her afternoon bridge game was alive today, there would be uncomfortable hesitation in laying down that winning hand and declaring “trump.”
Monday, 25 January 2016 09:00

Let’s Talk, indeed

Our profession is one of communicators. Clients seek our advice. We urge them to communicate the problems they are experiencing and we are trained to find and convey the solution.
Monday, 21 December 2015 09:00

Remembering Eddie Greenspan

Remembering Eddie GreenspanAs we approach another holiday I can’t comprehend how time has flown in the last year. However, I suspect that many of us will find a frozen moment in the next few days as we remember our loss at Christmas 2014.
Monday, 26 October 2015 08:00

Here comes the ‘son’

Here comes the ‘son’I am writing this on October 20, 2015. I feel like someone gave me my country back. It seemed throughout the day there was this sense of music in the air, something joyful, tangible, and real. Democracy was unwrapped in Canada.
Monday, 28 September 2015 09:00

The responsibilites of citizens of the world

The responsibilites of citizens of the worldIn a recent fascinating interview in the Financial Times, the secretary general of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, recounted his horrifying experience as a six-year-old Korean refugee who later came to idealize the UN as a “beacon” of hope in the world.
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