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ASC insider trading penalty reduced by more than $1M after appeal

A Medicine Hat man ordered by the Alberta Securities Commission to pay a $1.75-million penalty has had that fine reduced by two-thirds to $600,000 after the Alberta Court of Appeal told the ASC to reconsider the amount. 485 more words

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A chronological look at Omar Khadr's long legal odyssey

EDMONTON – A look at the long legal odyssey of Canadian-born Omar Khadr:

July 27, 2002: Khadr throws a grenade that kills United States Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Speer, an army medic, during an attack on a terrorist compound. 544 more words


Driver charged with offences related to death of Good Samaritan has acquittal upheld on appeal

The Court of Appeal of Alberta on Friday upheld the acquittal of an Edmonton man who had faced two charges related to the death of a Good Samaritan in June 2012. 157 more words

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Appeal court upholds acquittal in case of Good Samaritan killed on Edmonton roadside

The Court of Appeal of Alberta has upheld the acquittal of a man accused of fleeing the scene after fatally hitting a Good Samaritan who pulled over to assist a fellow driver on Anthony Henday Drive. 298 more words


Neo-Nazi killer appeals murder conviction for random beating death

A series of racist, political comments in wiretapped phone calls between two convicted Neo-Nazi killers should not have been played to the jury, the lawyer for one of the killers told the Alberta Court of Appeal on Wednesday. 567 more words


Deborah Point takes first step to early parole in grisly slaying of roommate

The first step has been taken for convicted killer Deborah Louise Point to attempt to convince a jury to reduce her parole ineligibility in the grisly 1999 axe-slaying and dismembering of roommate Audrey Trudeau, 44. 602 more words


Legal profession loses cherished judge who helped shape the post-Charter world

It’s hard to fathom how different the legal profession might be today for Albertans and the rest of Canadians, for that matter, if not for the gigantic footprints left behind by James Herbert (Herb) Laycraft over a momentous four-decade career as a litigator and judge. 877 more words