New Criminal Practice Directives Effective April 1

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From the Court of Queen’s Bench

The Court of Queen’s Bench has updated Practice Directive CRIM–PD#1 concerning the scheduling of pre-trial conferences to reflect that criminal pre-trials will also be conducted in the judicial centres of Estevan, Moose Jaw, Swift Current and Yorkton.  The updated practice directive can be found on the Court’s webpage here.

The Court of Queen’s Bench has issued three new criminal practice directives effective April 1, 2017:

CRIM-PD#3 concerns the safe handling of large or sensitive exhibits;

CRIM-PD#4 sets out a new process and application forms for obtaining a subpoena in a criminal matter; and

CRIM-PD#5 describes which exhibits filed in a criminal matter may be returned after the expiry of the appeal period, and which exhibits will be retained by the Court.

They can be found on the Court’s webpage here.

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