Publications:

Aside from his daily practice as a defence advocate, Mr. Liddle enjoys researching and writing about Windsor cases of historical and legal interest.  Although he has published academic articles in law journals (The Advocates Quarterly, The Municipal and Planning Law Reports), he has also published articles detailing the last Windsor hangings, a $1.2 million Windsor bank robbery, and a compendium article on historical Windsor cases of national interest. 

Some of these articles have been printed in The Windsor Star and The Law Society of Upper Canada Gazette.  Here are several of Mr. Liddle’s articles for your reading enjoyment.


  • BEHIND THE EIGHT BALL: THE LAST HANGINGS IN ESSEX COUNTY
    The lives of Stefan Ogrodowski and Bruno Kisielewski were, with one notable exception, quite ordinary. Certainly their exits were most memorable: hanged at the gallows August 24, 1943, at Windsor, Ontario, having been found guilty of murder.... Click Here To Learn More.

  • VANQUISHED BY THE ODDS: THE CASE OF DAVISON, DEROSIE AND MacARTHUR
    It was a cool Saturday in December 1971, when four armed and masked robbers made off with $1.2 million in cash from the downtown Windsor branch of the Royal Bank. The money, property of the nearby Windsor Racetrack.... Click Here To Learn More.

  • ROBBIN', FIGHTIN', & STEALIN': THREE HELPFUL, HISTORICAL WINDSOR CASES
    Everyone knows the old joke about the man who walked across Texas, looking for his dog. When he got to the Oklahoma border, he stopped, turned around, and found his dog behind him. The moral of the story is that sometimes you can find what you are.... Click Here To Learn More. 




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