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ASC seeks leave to appeal insider trading decision

The Alberta Securities Commission is seeking leave from the Supreme Court of Canada to appeal an Alberta Court of Appeal decision that commentators say will inhibit its ability to prosecute insider trading cases. 179 more words

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ASC seeks leave to appeal insider trading decision

The Alberta Securities Commission is seeking leave from the Supreme Court of Canada to appeal an Alberta Court of Appeal decision that commentators say will inhibit its ability to prosecute insider trading cases. 179 more words

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Courts Centre officials say temporary closure just a ‘blip’

The closure of the busy Calgary Courts Centre this week due to the power outage is just a “blip” and they’re used to dealing with such blips after the floods and a bomb scare over the past two years, says the city’s Chief Crown prosecutor. 511 more words

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NDP calls on Prentice to boost funding for Legal Aid

The NDP made Legal Aid an election issue Friday, calling on the provincial Tory government to boost funding to the cash-strapped non-profit service.

Stephanie McLean, the NDP candidate in the upcoming Calgary-Elbow byelection, and NDP MLA Rachel Notley demanded Premier Jim Prentice ensure funding is in place ahead of next week’s meeting between federal and provincial justice ministers in Calgary. 427 more words

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Police win appeal court ruling for arrest in alleged extortion case involving Hells Angels

City police detectives had ample grounds to arrest a city man for his alleged involvement in a bizarre extortion plot involving the Hells Angels on March 10, 2003, the Alberta Court of Appeal has ruled. 755 more words

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Terminal cancer no excuse for avoiding second-degree murder retrial, lawyer argues

Aset Magomadova should have to face a retrial on second-degree murder in the strangulation death of her teenage daughter, notwithstanding the fact she is terminally ill with cervical cancer, Crown prosecutor Brian Graff told the Alberta Court of Appeal on Thursday. 657 more words

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Surveillance video shows disgraced doctor’s wife allegedly trying to bribe juror

Court was shown surveillance video Monday, tracking the movements of a woman accused of trying to bribe a juror in her husband’s sexual-assault trial last year. 388 more words

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