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How do you get convicted of attempting to murder the person you just killed? Here’s how.

It is possible to be convicted of attempting to murder the person you’ve just killed, even if you weren’t convicted of murdering them. That’s what just happened in the recently concluded trial of Constable James Forcillo.

Toronto criminal defence laywer James Miglin explains for us in less than three minutes:

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