Toni M. Massaro Esteemed Expert in Constitutional Law

Toni M. Massaro is dean of the UA Rogers College of Law, a prominent legal scholar and was named “teacher of the year” a record six times. She holds the Milton O. Riepe Chair in Constitutional Law and was named a Regents’ Professor in November 2006. Massaro is best known for her work on empathy and shame. She was among the first to critically examine the use of shaming as a criminal sanction. She’s also an esteemed expert in constitutional law. The U.S. Supreme Court has cited her research in cases involving restrictions on speech, criminal sanctions and other vexing legal issues.

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Judges rule Sedition law is Un-Constitutional

The law of sedition has ceased to be part of Uganda law after Five Justices of the Constitutional Court unanimously ruled to have it struck off the Statute Books.
The land mark decision was reached as the Court made its final ruling in a petition filed by Journalist Andrew Mwenda and the East African Media Institute challenging the Constitutionality of this Law.

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CTV NEWS – Rick Simpson (2006)

This video is owned by CTVglobemedia and was featured on RUN FROM THE CURE: The Rick Simpson Story (2008)

(A section of the broadcast cut out due to poor satellite signal during Steve Murphy’s introduction to the story – that is where the scene has been edited to hide the flaw in the video. We believe this part of the broadcast originally stated the following:

“…and it’s Executive suspended too ***because of their controversial support of the use of hemp oil as medicine.*** CTV’s Dan MacIntosh explains.”)

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