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Regina officer says he identified himself as police before he was injured

A Regina Police Service member told a Court of Queen’s Bench jury he identified himself as a police officer as he tried to carry out an arrest two years ago — one that left him pinned between two trucks and seriously injured. 629 more words

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Edmonton youth sentenced to three years for killing brother

An Edmonton teen who stabbed his brother to death in an alcohol-related fight during a family gathering was handed a three-year youth sentence Tuesday.

The 17 year old, who cannot be identified under a court-ordered publication ban, had initially been charged with second-degree murder. 329 more words

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Two accused of brutal murder plead not guilty

The trial of Leszek Sychulec and Andrzej Gruchacz continued today with the jury being shown CCTV footage and heard sworn testimony from over eight prosecution witnesses today in the Central Criminal Court. 473 more words


Edmonton police officer faces sentencing for injuring man

An Edmonton police officer accused of breaking the face of an intoxicated man believed to be causing trouble at a store is slated to have a sentencing hearing next month. 267 more words

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‘Justin Bieber wannabe’ jailed for having sex with underage schoolgirls

A 20-year-old, who it is claimed modelled himself on Justin Bieber, has been jailed for three years for pressuring schoolgirls as young as 13 into having sex with him.  379 more words


Three Ponzi fraudsters fleeced investors out of £79.5million

The three men are due to be sentenced at Southwark Crown Court (Picture: Alamy)Three fraudsters who fleeced investors out of £79.5 million through an elaborate Ponzi scheme are facing years behind bars. 27 more words

Opening statements begin in Warren murder trial

WARREN, Ohio (WYTV) – Opening statements were heard Tuesday morning in a Warren murder trial.

Jurors heard from only the prosecution, as William Fambro’s attorney waived his opportunity for an opening statement. 69 more words