A lawyer accused of attacking a family with a baseball bat
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 06:38
Tuesday, 19 December 2017 06:43
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ST. THOMAS – A lawyer who has been accused of attacking a family with a baseball bat in the parking lot of a shopping center, Elgin St. Thomas, Ontario, at the beginning of the month, has been freed on bail Monday.
Mark Phillips, a lawyer of 37 years and son of the former mayor of Toronto, is headed to a colombian family, the 7 of December, by shouting terrorist and holding a baseball bat, fracturing a rib of the man of the couple, reported Postmedia.
Their 13 year old son filmed the scene with his cellphone, which was posted on Youtube.
The teenager has had difficulty sleeping in the days that followed the attack.
Philipps is facing three counts of assault with a weapon and one charge of aggravated assault.
He kept apologizing through his lawyer Steven Skurka, his cousin. “He wishes to apologize sincerely, and he wished a quick recovery to the victim.
According to Postmedia, Philippe worked for the firm of Barapp Law in Toronto, but his biography had disappeared from the website of the firm and the firm has not returned the calls of the journalist to comment on the case.