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Facts about traffic court reform in Alberta

Focusing on access to justice for Albertans The Alberta government is currently consulting about potential reforms to the way traffic tickets are handled. While we review the potential improvements, it is important Albertans know why traffic court reform is necessary. … Continue reading

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Statement on prosecuting prostitution-related charges in Alberta

Statement from Kim Armstrong, Deputy Attorney General of Alberta, on the issuing of a practice protocol for prostitution-related charges. On February 4, 2014, the Deputy Attorney General issued a Practice Protocol (R. v. Bedford Practice Protocol) to the Alberta Crown … Continue reading

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Read all about justice: 20 facts

In 1907, the Supreme Court of Alberta was created, with an Appellate division and a Trial division. There was also a District Court of Alberta. On June 30, 1979, the District Court and the Supreme Court trial Division merged and … Continue reading

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