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Crown attorney

n
(Law) Canadian a lawyer who acts for the Crown, esp as prosecutor in a criminal court

Crown′ attor′ney



n.
Canadian. an attorney who represents the government in criminal prosecutions.
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Sharma received her law degree from the University of Manitoba in 2002, then served as a Crown attorney with the Manitoba Prosecution Service from 2003 to 2014.
The diocese did not detect these charges at first because Njegovan paid off the card by making withdrawals from a diocese savings account using online banking, Crown attorney Marnie Evans told the court.
Mackenzie has been a per diem Crown attorney for over 35 years, representing a number of counties in all criminal and Youth Court matters.
Both were successful and, in the latter case, the Crown attorney recommended that dispensations could be purchased for pardoness, setting a precedent for the implementation of the whitening gracias al sacar petitions.
Rupert Ross, QC, retired assistant Crown Attorney for the District of Kcnora, Ont.
The two Quebec men convicted of defrauding mining supply giant Adas Copco's Sudbury operations to the tune of $24 million could face up to 14 years in prison, said the assistant Crown attorney who led the prosecution in the case.
Some of them, including one Crown Attorney, offered answers such as "to win," (48) "to have them found not guilty," (49) or "to get them acquitted.
Crown attorney Ami Kotler told the court on Monday it would be highly irregular to say that Bear's actions were done out of impulse.
Many Canadians have dedicated their individual expertise to these tribunals, such as Robert Petit, a former crown attorney who served during 2006 and 2009 as International Co-Prosecutor for the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, and the many students who intern each summer at war-crimes tribunals.
Justice Michael Code, a former senior Crown attorney and Deputy
Crown Attorney, who enlightened us on the early courts, the trials and tribulations of our ancestors in establishing the new Upper Canada.
Crown Attorney Lorna Spencer, the prosecutor, explained the verdict means the jury either agreed that the accused acted in self-defense or that the jury had a reasonable doubt.