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Alberta Mountie gets conditional discharge after being convicted of assault

RED DEER, Alta. – A Mountie who was found guilty of assault for using excessive force during an arrest has now been given a conditional discharge. 173 more words


Lawyers Protest Paralyses Court

Proceedings at Eldoret Law Courts were forced to adjourned after lawyers took to streets to protest the murder of their colleague and other two persons. All the cases that had been scheduled to be heard on Monday did not go on. 79 more words


Alberta RCMP officer acquitted of punching teen but guilty of separate assault

LEDUC, Alta. – An Alberta RCMP officer has been found guilty of one count of assault and acquitted of a second.

On Monday, a judge in Leduc, Alta., found Const. 138 more words


Unlawful seizure of private property by State Government and Cairns Regional Council

The Cairns, Banana and Whitsunday councils have scammed a rural property from retired police prosecutor David Walter as payment of rates on properties belonging to different owners who had challenged their rates bills. 116 more words

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Howe Street - 900 block

We’ve looked at a very similar set of images from the Hornby Street side of Arthur Erickson’s Law Courts. Here’s a pair of 1981 images that we updated last year. 60 more words

Still Standing

A new kind of climate change law?

The role of law and the courts, both in the U.S. and abroad, in addressing climate change is shifting away from a “sector-by-sector” approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions toward one focused on determining how climate change impacts on people and holding emitters directly responsible, a panel of experts said at the University of Houston Law Center last week. 2,100 more words

Law & Courts

David Walter now issued with forced possession notice

Let the games begin

Supporters from Group A start April 22.

Group B as per plan.

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