Ex Judge Jacques Delisle Convicted Of Killing Wife Gets
Jacques delisle (born 1935, montreal, quebec, canada) is a canadian judge who sat on the quebec superior court from 1985 to 1992, and on the quebec court of appeal from 1992 until his retirement in 2009. in june 2010, he was arrested and charged with murder, in connection with the november 2009 death of his wife marie nicole rainville. Jacques delisle’s research and teaching focus on contemporary chinese law and politics, including: legal reform and its relationship to economic reform and political change in china, the international status of taiwan and cross strait relations, china’s engagement with the international order, legal and political issues in hong kong under chinese rule, and u.s. china relations. The federal justice minister said delisle's conviction for killing his wife was likely a miscarriage of justice. 1:38 the federal justice minister has ordered a new trial for retired quebec court. Jacques delisle, 85, was on friday granted his request to be released from prison in quebec after being granted a new trial over the death of his 71 year old wife marie nicole rainville. Jacques delisle is the stephen a. cozen professor of law at the university of pennsylvania.
Ex Judge Convicted Of Killing Wife Is Freed Ahead Of New Trial
Former quebec court of appeal judge jacques delisle walks out of a courtroom may 9, 2012, in quebec city. delisle, sentenced to life in prison for murdering his wife, says he helped her die by. Jacques delisle is director of fpri’s asia program, stephen a. cozen professor of law, professor of political science, and director of the center for the study of contemporary china at the university of pennsylvania. Jacques delisle. university of pennsylvania law school . 3501 sansom street . philadelphia, pa 19104 6204 (215) 898 5781 . fax: (215) 573 2025 [email protected] employment: stephen a. cozen professor of law, 2006 , professor of law, 1999 2006, assistant professor of . law, 1994 99 . professor of political science, 2010.
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