I've never been accused of being perfect when it comes to French.
We've had expert witness after expert witness come before us. There is clearly a gap between what the community feels they should have for protection and understanding of circumstances, and what the courts have ruled in the past on the so-called rights of the accused person. From my standpoint, the witnesses called into question the approach of the government with this particular bill. I've said before at this committee that our responsibility is to write the best piece of legislation we possibly can.
The testimony I've heard here today, as well as previous testimony we've heard, including Mr. Battista's, leads me to believe there's a high risk this will be challenged in court, because of previous statements and positions taken by the Supreme Court of Canada. You spoke of the overloading of the system. There's a variety of things. I'd like you to comment on that.