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Lawyers promise to drag Couillard and Moreau to court

Despite their four-month strike in the middle of the winter, lawyers and public notaries (LANEQ) will have to settle for the lowest wage increase in the entire public service. Unable to agree with Quebec, they promise to drag Philippe Couillard and Pierre Moreau before the courts.

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Publication date : 2017-07-13
Lawyers and Notaries of the Québec State: Predictable Failure of Mandatory Mediation

Quebec lawyers and notaries (LANEQ) react to the disclosure of the report resulting from mandatory mediation with the government under the law. The report concludes that mediation has failed. According to LANEQ, this desolate result was predictable, since the law passed by the government to force the return to work of its members did not allow a real negotiation.

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Publication date : 2017-07-13
A case of no respect?

Striking government lawyers in Quebec were forced back to work. Where does that leave them now? ....LANEQ is still hoping for positive outcomes to a legal challenge it launched against the government’s back-to-work law, as well as an action filed with Quebec’s labour relations board, accusing the government of bargaining in bad faith. One positive thing to come out of the strike, says Desroches-Lapointe, is the strong sense of solidarity that was forged among lawyers. 

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Publication date : 2017-07-10
‘Incredibly damning allegation’: Cardinal case ignites feud between prosecutors, justice minister

Alberta's justice minister has been accused of making an "incredibly damning allegation" about discrimination in the Angela Cardinal court case and now finds herself in a pitched battle with the province's Crown prosecutors. In a blistering four-page letter to Kathleen Ganley dated June 6, the president of the Alberta Crown Attorneys' Association defended the actions of the prosecutor who handled the case.

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Publication date : 2017-06-21
Senate committee outlines plan to fight court delays

People accused of serious crimes, including murder, should no longer be set free automatically when a judge finds their right to a timely trial has been violated, a Senate committee has recommended in a wide-ranging plan to fight delay in the criminal-justice system.... Rick Woodburn, president of the Canadian Association of Crown Counsel, said he liked the comprehensiveness and the recommendation to seek alternatives to stays. But he expressed concern that people might be allowed to violate their bail conditions without serious consequences.

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Publication date : 2017-06-14
Supreme Court ruling on trial delays ‘out of step with reality,’ senators say

The Senate committee on legal and constitutional affairs released a report Wednesday that makes 50 recommendations to speed up criminal trials, saying what’s needed is a complete rethink of the Canadian criminal justice system, not drop-dead timelines. Rick Woodburn, president of the Canadian Association of Crown Counsel, said the report isn’t “alarmist” but “realist.”

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Publication date : 2017-06-14

Lawyers promise to drag Couillard and Moreau to court

Despite their four-month strike in the middle of the winter, lawyers and public notaries (LANEQ) will have to settle for the lowest wage increase in the entire public service. Unable to agree with Quebec, they promise to drag Philippe Couillard and Pierre Moreau before the courts.

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Publication date : 2017-07-13
Lawyers and Notaries of the Québec State: Predictable Failure of Mandatory Mediation

Quebec lawyers and notaries (LANEQ) react to the disclosure of the report resulting from mandatory mediation with the government under the law. The report concludes that mediation has failed. According to LANEQ, this desolate result was predictable, since the law passed by the government to force the return to work of its members did not allow a real negotiation.

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Publication date : 2017-07-13
A case of no respect?

Striking government lawyers in Quebec were forced back to work. Where does that leave them now? ....LANEQ is still hoping for positive outcomes to a legal challenge it launched against the government’s back-to-work law, as well as an action filed with Quebec’s labour relations board, accusing the government of bargaining in bad faith. One positive thing to come out of the strike, says Desroches-Lapointe, is the strong sense of solidarity that was forged among lawyers. 

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Publication date : 2017-07-10
‘Incredibly damning allegation’: Cardinal case ignites feud between prosecutors, justice minister

Alberta's justice minister has been accused of making an "incredibly damning allegation" about discrimination in the Angela Cardinal court case and now finds herself in a pitched battle with the province's Crown prosecutors. In a blistering four-page letter to Kathleen Ganley dated June 6, the president of the Alberta Crown Attorneys' Association defended the actions of the prosecutor who handled the case.

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Publication date : 2017-06-21
Senate committee outlines plan to fight court delays

People accused of serious crimes, including murder, should no longer be set free automatically when a judge finds their right to a timely trial has been violated, a Senate committee has recommended in a wide-ranging plan to fight delay in the criminal-justice system.... Rick Woodburn, president of the Canadian Association of Crown Counsel, said he liked the comprehensiveness and the recommendation to seek alternatives to stays. But he expressed concern that people might be allowed to violate their bail conditions without serious consequences.

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Publication date : 2017-06-14
Supreme Court ruling on trial delays ‘out of step with reality,’ senators say

The Senate committee on legal and constitutional affairs released a report Wednesday that makes 50 recommendations to speed up criminal trials, saying what’s needed is a complete rethink of the Canadian criminal justice system, not drop-dead timelines. Rick Woodburn, president of the Canadian Association of Crown Counsel, said the report isn’t “alarmist” but “realist.”

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Publication date : 2017-06-14
Saskatoon police want public ‘to be aware but not afraid’ after courthouse bombing

The Saskatoon Police Service is cautioning the public to not panic after an improvised explosive device was set off at the city's provincial courthouse Wednesday night. There were no injuries, but the exterior of the building was damaged.

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Publication date : 2017-03-30
‘A very big concern,’ says Alberta justice minister of stayed charges due to staff shortage

The provincial government intends to pump more money into the justice system to ensure long-delayed court cases do not continue to be dropped. Call for 50 more Crown prosecutors.

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Publication date : 2017-03-03
Alberta prosecutors at ‘breaking point’ as abandoned cases pile up

Alberta prosecutors say they are at a “breaking point” and have abandoned many more serious criminal cases than the public knows. James Pickard, president of the Alberta Crown Attorneys’ Association, says they have stayed criminal charges against 200 people – including 18 accused of impaired driving – in the past two months because of a shortage of prosecutors.

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Publication date : 2017-03-02
The SQ on the side of lawyers

According to lawyer negotiator Luc Bruno, it is only a matter of time before Crown prosecutors mimic SQ police officers and turn to the courts for arbitration instead of mere recommendations. Bruno's remarks are echoed by the Canadian Association of Crown Counsel, chaired by a lawyer from Halifax, Rick Woodburn. "In Quebec, the government tells its lawyers that they cannot be entitled to binding arbitration and it takes away the right to strike. In our view, this is unconstitutional."

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Publication date : 2017-03-01
Alberta’s justice system has reached ‘breaking point,’ say prosecutors

The justice system in Alberta is facing a crisis. Criminal charges are being abandoned because of a shortage of prosecutors, claims Crown Attorneys' Association. James Pickard said "years of neglect," along with the current provincial hiring freeze, are to blame.

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Publication date : 2017-03-01
Alberta drops 15 criminal cases in resources crunch

A senior prosecutor in Alberta stayed 15 criminal cases on Tuesday, saying in Provincial Court that the justice system simply does not have enough resources to prosecute them…. “This is one of the symptoms of a failing justice system, when charges – and we believe they are serious charges – are stayed for lack of resources,” Rick Woodburn, president of the Canadian Association of Crown Counsel, who practises in Halifax, said in an interview.

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Publication date : 2017-03-01
Québec requires lawyers to return to work Wednesday morning

Québec adopted on Tuesday the special law that puts an end to the strike of 1100 lawyers which had lasted for 19 weeks. They will have to get back to work at 8:30 am on Wednesday morning. The draft law 127 was adopted after 20 hours of parliamentary procedures that are stretched in the night of Monday to Tuesday, despite the unanimous opposition parties against the measure gag. Lawyers already plan to challenge the law before the courts, up to the Supreme Court.

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Publication date : 2017-02-28
Vallée prefers video games, denounces LANEQ

Quebec lawyers and notaries (LANEQ) argue that the Minister of Justice, Stéphanie Vallée, enjoyed a video game rather than taking an interest in the debates on the special act.

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Publication date : 2017-02-28
Lawyers: the special law is filed, the negotiations are suspended

The Couillard government tabled on Monday night the special law to force the return to work of lawyers and notaries of the Quebec State (LANEQ), on strike since October 24. Meanwhile, the ongoing negotiations have been suspended.

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Publication date : 2017-02-27
Special Act: an agreement or less money for lawyers

Pierre Moreau's special law provides for additional days of negotiation with state lawyers. But if they fail, they will be forced to pay the least generous wage increases in the entire public service. And by far.

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Publication date : 2017-02-26
Les juristes feront une contre-proposition à la dernière offre de Québec

Le gouvernement donnait aux membres de LANEQ (Les avocats et notaires de l'État québécois) jusqu'à 17 heures pour donner une réponse à leur dernière offre. Les juristes ont annoncé qu'ils feront une contre-proposition. Les négociateurs des deux partis se rencontreront en début d'après-midi samedi.

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Publication date : 2017-02-24
Striking Quebec lawyers, notaries to make province counter-offer

Government lawyers and notaries said they'll make a counter-offer to Treasury Board President Pierre Moreau's fifth and final offer which Moreau gave their union, LANEQ, until 5 p.m. Friday to accept or reject. "We refuse to submit to an ultimatum," said union president Jean Denis, in a statement issued at 5 p.m. "We hope the government will seriously examine our counter-proposal." 

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Publication date : 2017-02-24
Québec dépose une «offre finale et globale» pour les juristes de l’État

Le gouvernement Couillard compte mettre fin rapidement à la grève des juristes de l’État, qui en est déjà à sa 18e semaine. Le président du Conseil du trésor, Pierre Moreau, a annoncé jeudi qu’il déposera en soirée une «offre finale et globale».

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Publication date : 2017-02-23
Jurists on maternity leave win legal fight with Quebec

Quebec government lawyers and notaries, still on strike for more than four months, won a legal battle after the Quebec Court of Appeal held that the government discriminated against jurists on maternity leave.

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Publication date : 2017-02-21
Les juristes poursuivent leur grève malgré le changement de ton de Pierre Moreau

Ils se sont fait taxer d'intransigeants par le ministre Pierre Moreau, mardi matin, mais les juristes de l'État québécois persistent et signent. Au terme d'une assemblée générale extraordinaire qui a duré plus de cinq heures, ils ont décidé de poursuivre leur grève.

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Publication date : 2017-02-14
Court okays electoral bids by prosecutors

Seeking elected office may make a federal prosecutor's political affiliation publicly known, but that doesn't automatically impair her ability to do her job. That was the conclusion of the Federal Court of Appeal, in its recent ruling in favour of former prosecutor Emilie Taman.

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Publication date : 2017-01-30
Prosecutors say talks at ‘impasse’

Warning that underpaid and overworked federal prosecutors may bolt to the provinical Crowns, the union for 2,600 federal government lawyers has walked away from the bargaining table after almost three years of fruitless talks with Ottawa.

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Publication date : 2017-01-17
Lawyers top up war chest to face prolonged strike

A general strike by lawyers and notaries who work for the Quebec government shows no signs of abating as the province is remaining firm while the union has received the approval of the overwhelming majority of its members to shore up its war chest and prolong the work stoppage at least until the end of the year.

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Publication date : 2016-12-02
Ontario to hire more judges, prosecutors to tackle trial delays

Ontario has announced the biggest expansion of its criminal-justice system in more than two decades, two weeks after a judge scrapped a first-degree-murder charge because the accused had spent four years in jail waiting for his trial to be completed.

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Publication date : 2016-12-01
No quick fix for Nova Scotia’s slow court system

'Have they put the money in to keep pace with the crimes that are being committed? No, they’re not.' The planned expansion of a program that diverts people accused of minor crimes from Nova Scotia's courtrooms will not fix long delays in an overburdened system, according to a Crown prosecutor in Halifax and President of the Canadian Association of Crown Counsel.

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Publication date : 2016-11-24
‘No justice’ for accused, victims when court cases tossed by delays, lawyer says

Kate Matthews, the head of Ontario's Crown Attorneys' Association, says underfunding plus an increase in the volume and complexity of evidence are key factors slowing down criminal justice cases.

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Publication date : 2016-11-22
Ontario tries to stop criminal charges being stayed by trial delays

The Ontario Crown Attorneys Association estimates there are about 6,000 criminal cases that could see charges stayed or withdrawn, and it blames a shortage of judges, prosecutors and court space. Association president Kate Matthews said the group has been raising the alarm about the need for more resources in Crown attorney's offices for years, calling a crisis inevitable.

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Publication date : 2016-11-21
Prosecutors in N.L. struggling to meet deadlines after court decision on trial delays

Newfoundland and Labrador Crown Attorneys Association president Sheldon Steeves believes prosecutors will have too heavy a workload trying to meet the deadlines imposed by a new Supreme Court of Canada decision on trial delays. Heavy workload burden can lead to burnout.

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Publication date : 2016-11-20
Shortage of judges, prosecutors behind criminal charges being stayed

Ontario’s ministry of the attorney general is reviewing thousands of criminal charges that could be stayed or withdrawn because cases are taking too long to get to trial, but Crown attorneys say the government had made the situation worse.

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Publication date : 2016-11-20
Charges thrown out due to trial delays a growing problem in justice system

“If the government doesn’t want to properly resource the justice system, they are going to have to legislate what we are no longer going to prosecute,” said Mr. Woodburn, president of the Canadian Association of Crown Counsel.

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Publication date : 2016-11-18
Legal experts raise alarm over court delays after murder trial halted

An Ontario Superior Court justice's decision to call a halt to a murder prosecution over delays in getting to trial is being viewed as an ominous sign for the Canadian justice system, with legal experts and victim's advocates fearing more murder cases will be stayed because they are dragging too long... Just last month, Kate Mathews, the President of the Ontario Crown Attorneys Association, called the situation a crisis. She blames a provincial government that is cutting resources when much more are needed.

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Publication date : 2016-11-17
Lawyers and notaries show on Parliament Hill

Hundreds of lawyers and notaries in the Quebec government, on strike for one week, show this afternoon outside the offices of the Treasury Board in Quebec to once again demand the resumption of negotiations with the government. The president of l'Association des notaires et avocats de l'État québécois (LANEQ), Jean Denis, reiterated that "higher authorities" of the government had informed him that a return to the negotiating table is expected "soon". But for now, "there's nothing going on" in the negotiations, he says.

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Publication date : 2016-11-02
Trial delay crisis just getting worse

We have been raising the alarm on the under-resourcing of the crown’s offices for many years. It has long been apparent that a crisis was inevitable. The criminal prosecutors of this province are extremely dedicated public servants, deeply committed to the principles of public safety and the proper administration of criminal justice. But there are not enough of us.

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Publication date : 2016-10-27
LANEQ lawyers and notaries backed by their Canadian colleagues

In the midst of an unlimited general strike launched Monday, October 24, Les avocats et notaires de l'État québécois (LANEQ) announced the official support of the Canadian Association of Crown Counsel (CACC). "We are proud to stand beside our Québec colleagues in this struggle to have the crucial role played by crown lawyers and notaries acknowledged. ... Crown counsel should have the same value in the eyes of the Québec government as they do elsewhere in the country," declared CACC president Rick Woodburn.

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Publication date : 2016-10-27
Les avocats et notaires du secteur public appuyés par leurs confrères canadiens

En grève générale illimitée depuis lundi, les avocats et notaires de l'État québécois (LANEQ) ont reçu le soutien de leurs collègues canadiens. L'Association canadienne des juristes de l'État (ACJÉ) appui les revendications des avocats et notaires québécois auprès du gouvernement alors que les négociations piétinent depuis plusieurs mois.

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Publication date : 2016-10-27
Strike of Quebec lawyers, notaries leaves provincial lawmakers in the lurch

Lawyers and notaries who work for the Quebec government began a general strike today, grinding the drafting of provincial bills to a halt. The 1,100 members of the union Les avocats et notaires de l'État québécois (LANEQ) have been without a collective agreement for a year and half.

 

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Publication date : 2016-10-24
Public sector lawyers begin general strike

Public sector lawyers and notaries start their unlimited general strike Monday with demonstrations outside courthouses throughout the province. Quebec’s 1,100 government lawyers have been without a contract for more than a year and a half. The strike could delay the drafting of new legislation and slow court proceedings. The law professionals represent Quebec in civil, administrative and criminal proceedings.

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Publication date : 2016-10-24
Quebec government lawyers and notaries vote to strike

General unlimited strike set to begin Oct. 24. Members of the union representing 1,100 government lawyers and notaries have voted 84 per cent in favour of a general strike starting Oct. 24. "The signal from our members is clear," wrote union president Jean Denis in a statement. "The strike has become the only way to bring it back to the negotiating table."

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Publication date : 2016-10-12
Les avocats et notaires de l’État québécois votent pour la grève

Les avocats et notaires de l'État québécois et de l'Agence du revenu du Québec ont voté pour la tenue d'une grève générale illimitée, qui débutera le lundi 24 octobre. Le syndicat compte quelque 1100 membres au Québec et environ 97 pour cent d'entre eux seront en grève. Ils sont sans contrat de travail depuis plus d'un an et demi.

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Publication date : 2016-10-12
Crown prosecutors seek to skip conciliation step, move to strike option

Court backlog looms after 97% of Crown prosecutors reject latest contract offer from New Brunswick government. The union representing Crown prosecutors in New Brunswick wants the labour board to declare an impasse in contract negotiations with the province to give them the right to strike "sooner rather than later," likely before the end of the year.

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Publication date : 2016-09-01
Alberta’s Crown prosecutors seek injunction in Federal Court to relieve workload

The union representing federal Crown prosecutors is taking the unprecedented step of seeking an injunction in Federal Court to stop the Public Prosecution Service of Canada from requiring its members to staff bail hearings 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Association of Justice Counsel (AJC) has also filed an unfair labour practice complaint against the prosecution service.

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Publication date : 2016-05-19
Despite one man’s SCC success little ground gained, says lawyer

Innocent people imprisoned because of the Crown's failure to disclose exculpatory evidence are likely to be left without state compensation in many cases because the Supreme Court has made it too difficult to obtain Charter damages, a lawyer warns.

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Publication date : 2015-05-15
B.C. mulls appeal of pay hike for judges

British Columbia is considering whether to ask the Supreme Court of Canada to overturn a judgment that orders the province to implement pay and pension improvements for its 150 judges.

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Publication date : 2015-04-23
Should prosecutors be able to run for political office?

An Ottawa federal prosecutor is seeking judicial review of a Public Service Commission decision that bars her from running for political office.

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Publication date : 2015-04-13
B.C. judges should get pay and pension hike: appeal court

An appeal court judge says Provincial Court judges in British Columbia are entitled to pay hikes based on the consumer price index as recommended in a 2010 report.

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Publication date : 2015-03-31
Feds ordered to cover articling students’ law society membership fees

The federal government must cover the law society membership fees for its articling students, a labour relations adjudicator has ruled.

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Publication date : 2015-03-30
LAO lawyers see promise in RCMP ruling

In one of its first decisions of the year, the top court said RCMP officers could still form an association despite their exclusion, as with LAO staff lawyers, from the applicable labour relations act.

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Publication date : 2015-01-26
Feds look to bolster government lawyers’ billable hour targets

“Historically, they’ve always told us through the years that they don’t use the time keeping to keep an eye on us,”

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Publication date : 2014-08-25
Strapped federal criminal law policy section not sustainable: report

“It is not operating in a manner that is sustainable.”

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Publication date : 2014-08-18
DoJ hunger games

“They were all reading the tea leaves and saying . . . this is going to be interesting,”

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Publication date : 2014-08-04
Province urged to boost support to Crowns in crisis

The Ministry of the Attorney General should cover the cost of mental-health treatment for Crown attorneys whose condition was due to work-related stress, according to former Crown counsel.

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Publication date : 2014-04-23
South Africa is televising its first full case, the trial of Oscar Pistoris

The first broadcast of a full criminal trial in South Africa is underway in the murder trial of one-time Olympic darling Oscar Pistorius. The cameras began rolling yesterday after a long fight over Open Justice and Freedom of Expression. But here in Canada, most everything before our equivalent courts remains cloaked in electronic silence and darkness.

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Publication date : 2014-04-23
The Hill: ‘Crucial times’ for Crowns as government tightens its belt

It could be quite a year for federal government lawyers. Their labour contract is up for renewal and they’ll be going head-to-head with the federal Treasury Board and its president, Tony Clement, a man who doesn’t have a reputation as the sweetest guy in the world.

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Publication date : 2014-04-23
Presumed innocent but caged in Court-  Pavel V. Dmitrichenko

MOSCOW — Under the Russian Constitution, Pavel V. Dmitrichenko, the star dancer charged with arranging an acid attack on the Bolshoi Ballet’s artistic director, is innocent until proven guilty. But in court, Mr. Dmitrichenko sits in a locked iron cage, guarded by security officers and, at times, a nasty-looking dog

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Publication date : 2014-04-23
Partisanship bill a big worry for federal lawyers

Gag order for government lawyers

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Publication date : 2014-03-24
Canadian Pension Expert Says Alward’s Shared Risk Plan is “Irrespons​ible”

“One size does not fit all.” 

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Publication date : 2013-11-20
The CACC presents the Dennis Theman Award

HONOURS FOR CROWN COUNSEL AND CROWN PROSECUTORS

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Publication date : 2013-08-20
‘The system is sick’

Canada’s courts are choking on an increase in evidence

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Publication date : 2013-05-15
Provincial lawyers bargaining tough

Stretched justice system is main issue in many provinces

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Publication date : 2013-05-15
Senate committee Legal and Constitutional Affairs

On May 30th, 2012 newly elected President of the CACC gave witness testimony at the Senate committee Legal and Constitutional Affairs on bill C-26, An act to Amend the Criminal Code.

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Publication date : 2013-05-15
The CACC reacts to the new “impunity” measures

The CACCE is particularly concerned that one of the principal effects of the proposal is that the power to conduct criminal investigations would be assigned exclusively to the police, thus removing the role of the Brazilian prosecution service from the evaluation of criminal charges

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Publication date : 2013-04-19
An outrage against the Brazilian Rule of Law

LESS INVESTIGATION, MORE IMPUNITY-The Brazilian population is following with great anxiety the debate about a Proposal of Constitutional Amendment (PEC 37/2011) that intends to establish a monopoly of the police over the criminal investigation and to prohibit the Public Prosecution and other state agencies of collaborating, autonomously or into task forces, in investigation of high social impact crimes

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Publication date : 2013-04-19
SPECIAL REPORT: Court delays frustrating for those seeking closure

It’s a question that’s often heard outside Nova Scotia courtrooms from the victims of crime and their families, frustrated at how long it takes cases to get through the judicial system.

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Publication date : 2013-04-01
Government Lawyers Buckling Under Workloads

Governement lawyers state that the preparation of cases and the capacity to uphold its obligations are seriously at risk as people are asked to do more with less.

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Publication date : 2013-02-05
Federal Crowns to get 15.25% pay boost

Tentative deal increases wages despite cutbacks across departments The AJC has reached a tentative agreement with the Treasury Board of Canada.

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Publication date : 2013-02-05
Provincial lawyers bargaining tough

Stretched justice system is main issue in many provinces

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Publication date : 2013-02-05
CACC’s president reaction in Miazga case.

Mr. James Chaffe, president of the CACC, comments to express his satisfaction in regard of the recent...

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Publication date : 2009-11-09
CACC president, James Chaffe, at the Senate

CACC president, James Chaffe, presents the association comment on Bill C-25.

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Publication date : 2009-10-11
Semi-annual meeting of the CACC, Vancouver October 15-16, 2009

The general meeting of the members will take place in Vancouver at the Metropolitan Hotel.

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Publication date : 2009-10-05
2009 Theman’s award recipient to Paul Vesa and Paul Vesa bursary

Paul Vesa Bursary Invitation 5:00pm on April 16, 2009, at the Raddison Admiral Hotel, 249 Queen's Quay West , Toronto

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Publication date : 2009-04-16
Semi-annual meeting of the CACC, Toronto April 16-17, 2009

The general meeting of the members will take place in Toronto. It will be the second year in a row that the spring's GM will occur in Toronto, at the Radisson Admiral Hotel, Toronto Harbourfront, 249 Queen's Quay West.  

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Publication date : 2009-03-14
Meeting of the Executive Committee, Calgary March 18th, 2009

The board of directors will meet in Calgary and discuss the current business matters of the Association.

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Publication date : 2009-03-11