The Public Prosecution Service of Canada Deskbook Cover. TABLE OF CONTENTS. Archived Content. Archived material is published for. Department of Justice Canada’s Internet site. TABLE OF CASES.
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Young said he intends to argue that the court challenge should still be heard. This should only take a few moments. Follow Sean Fine on Twitter seanfineglobe. The prosecution service said in response to e-mailed questions from The Globe and Mail that it follows practices outlined in the Public Prosecution Service of Canada Deskbook, published in As Canada heads toward a new era of legal marijuana use, federal prosecutors are still trying to jail people who grow small amounts of cannabis in their home to sell to others, serviice a tough-on-drugs message that some say is at odds with the new approach.
Toronto-area woman at centre of court fight over brain death has died, family says. We hope to have this fixed soon. Sean Fine Justice Reporter. Morris who sought help launching a constitutional challenge.
Where more than one counsel is assigned to the file, a lead counsel will be designated. He accuses the prosecution service of trying to shield the mandatory minimum.
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A refusal by a prosecutor to adopt a procedure, where approval by the PPSC is required, will be explained to the Bureau.
Counsel will provide an explanation of these decisions to the Bureau, if requested. Federal prosecutors are also taking a hard line on possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use.
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Six months is the length of the mandatory minimum sentence the Stephen Harper government created for growing six to plants for the purpose of selling marijuana. Whereas the Commissioner carries out her responsibilities with the support of the Competition Bureau Bureauwhich is composed of authorized representatives, including managers, competition law officers officersand support staff.
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Federal prosecutors maintain hard line on pot as legalization looms
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The Osgoode team wrote a page legal document arguing that the courts should rule the mandatory minimum cruel and unusual punishment, and therefore unconstitutional, taking it off the books.
If these officials are unable to resolve the dispute, it shall be referred to the Srevice of Competition, and the Deputy Director for resolution. Canadian courts have struck down several mandatory minimums passed by the Conservative government.