As most lawyers would agree, few recent court cases have had the impact of last year’s Supreme Court decision in R. v. Jordan. A quick look at the CanLII website tells us that it has already been cited in over 200 other decisions in the 8 months since it was rendered and many court administrators have been tasked with finding new ways to comply with its teachings.
As a reminder, the decision affirmed, among other things, that:
 The most important feature of the new framework is that it sets a ceiling beyond which delay is presumptively unreasonable. For . . . [more]