Rights and Freedoms
Updated: 2/1/2021
Rights and Freedoms

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  • Mark Miller's Classroom
  • All Jews are bad!
  • The Holocaust was faked!
  • Sir! You have violated the law! Your coming with me.
  • Are both sides ready?
  • Ready for defense, Your Honor
  • Your Honor; The defendant has been charged with religious hate crime against Jewish people.
  • Ready for The People, Your Honor
  • Your Honor, The Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Section 2, b) states that all individuals have freedom of speech as long as there is no violence, therefor my client should not face any charges or imprisonment.
  • Your Honor, the defendant has broken the Criminal Code, section 319(2) which states that by communicating statements, wilfully promotes hatred against any identifiable group is guilty of up to two years of imprisonment. Therefor he shall face the consequences and face imprisonment.
  • Yes, section 2 does give any individual freedom of speech but there are limits to each right, it states that freedom of speech is not applied if the individual is harming anyone else, harm can be done through verbal speech therefor is violence. Mark Miller has has also broken the Criminal Code meaning he will face two years in prison. The verdict has been reached, Mark Miller is found guilty.