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Guilty verdict in violent Saskatoon bank robbery

After about eight hours of deliberation, a Saskatoon jury returned a verdict of guilty in the trial of a man accused in a violent bank robbery. 308 more words

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Federal court says Alberta judge will not hear cases 'pending further review'

Federal Court Justice Robin Camp will not be assigned any cases as the Canadian Judicial Council continues its investigation into comments he made to a female complainant in a sexual assault trial in Calgary provincial court nearly 18 months ago. 653 more words

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Man sentenced to 15.5 years in prison for 'monstrous' acts

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A 43-year-old man’s horrific sexual crimes were discovered after a friend pawned his computer to fuel a drug addiction.

A judge sentenced Michael John Slough on Tuesday to 15.5 years in prison after Slough pleaded guilty to multiple counts of making child pornography, voyeurism, sexual assault and administering a noxious substance to enable the assaults. 579 more words

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Hudson keeping close eye on former DG's criminal trial because it plans to follow with possible civil suits

The town of Hudson has a vested interest in the outcome of the fraud trial of former director general Louise Léger-Villandré, which includes launching possible civil lawsuits against her or any alleged accomplices for misappropriated funds, said Jean-Pierre Roy, Hudson’s new top civil servant. 629 more words

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Randy O'Hagan abandons appeal of murder conviction

Randy James Wayne O’Hagan has abandoned his appeal of his first-degree murder conviction.

O’Hagan, 25, was convicted in May 2014 of shooting Saskatoon mother Lorry Ann Santos on Sept. 168 more words

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Second killer appeals murder conviction in street beating

A man found guilty of second-degree murder by a jury in the vicious beating of a stranger as he walked home with groceries on May 23, 2012, has appealed his conviction. 448 more words

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Crown calls crack addict to testify in trial of accused in axe slaying

The witness couldn’t sit still on the witness stand, and her testimony was anything but steady.

The crack addict who turns tricks to feed her addiction was called to court on Thursday by the Crown with the hopes she could corroborate some parts of a key confession a man gave police in the 2010 axe killing of Jennifer Stewart, 36. 630 more words

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