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Veteran Peel police detective charged with obstruction, breach of trust

A veteran officer with Peel Regional Police is facing two criminal charges following a 15-month investigation.

A news release on Wednesday said Peel police’s Professional Standards Bureau had charged a 27-year officer, Detective David Warren, with one count of obstructing justice and one count of breach of trust. 136 more words

Crime

More on the Target Holdings Saga: Creggy v Barnett (Case Note): [2017] Conv 139

Oh No, I hear you cry. Not another piece on the wrangling over the remedy for breach of trust in Target Holdings Ltd v Redferns… 287 more words

Remedies

Ski director who helped hire Bertrand Charest takes stand in sex assault trial

A ski director who helped hire Bertrand Charest is testifying he never received complaints or heard rumours about sex allegations against the former coach.

Regis Nivoix told Charest’s sex assault trial Tuesday Charest was hired for the 1992-93 ski season because of his history of delivering the goods. 147 more words

Canada

G.R. No. 49549 Chua-Qua v. Clave and Tay Tung High School August 30, 1990

Facts:

Herein petitioner was a teacher (30 years of age) who fell in love with her student (16 years old), and whom she later married. After their marriage, the teacher’s services were terminated by the school on claim of “abusive and unethical conduct unbecoming of a dignified school teacher” and whose “continued employment is inimical to the best interest, and would downgrade the high moral values, of the school.” The allegation of immoral conduct on the part of the teacher was based on supposedly several circumstances whereby the teacher stayed alone with the student in the classroom after school hours when everybody had gone home, with one door allegedly locked and the other slightly open.  293 more words

Nigel Wright remains under investigation by federal ethics watchdog

OTTAWA – Almost a full year after Sen. Mike Duffy was acquitted on 31 charges of fraud, bribery and breach of trust, the man who paid him $90,000 remains under investigation by the federal ethics watchdog. 360 more words

Canada

Living in denial

When a crime happens particularly of the sexually offending nature, there is always shock and dismay but later something happens which is worse then all that- DENIAL. 238 more words

Society

Woman testifies Bertrand Charest put his hands in her pants when she was a minor

Another alleged victim of Bertrand Charest is testifying at his sex-assault trial and says the former ski coach put his hands down her pants when she was about 16. 135 more words

Canada