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Share your stories, ideas and concerns about human rights in B.C. during two months of online discussion. The consultation ends November 17, 2017.

British Columbians expect the justice system to keep their communities safe and to provide certainty, proportionality and, above all, fairness when it deals with criminal, civil and family law matters. They expect an accessible system that overcomes barriers like distance, and which makes information and options clear. And they expect the system to be affordable. The B.C. government is transforming justice services in ways that meets these expectations.

The criminal justice system is a foundation of Canadian society. It plays an important part in creating a just, peaceful and safe society. It does this by maintaining public safety, enforcing laws and protecting people’s rights. British Columbia works hard to ensure the best information about the criminal justice system is easily accessible to all British Columbians.

  • About Alberta Justice
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  • Publications
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  • Agencies, Boards and Commissions
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  • Alberta Courts
  • Alberta Human Rights Commission
  • Property Rights Advocate
  • Solicitor General
  • Pay your traffic fine
  • Contact MEP :
    780-422-5555

In Alberta, the provincial Minister of Justice is the senior law officer of the Crown. The minister is responsible for legal proceedings under the Criminal Code , the Youth Criminal Justice Act (formerly the Young Offenders Act ) and provincial laws. The minister does not become involved in civil matters unless the government is a party to the action.

Share your stories, ideas and concerns about human rights in B.C. during two months of online discussion. The consultation ends November 17, 2017.

British Columbians expect the justice system to keep their communities safe and to provide certainty, proportionality and, above all, fairness when it deals with criminal, civil and family law matters. They expect an accessible system that overcomes barriers like distance, and which makes information and options clear. And they expect the system to be affordable. The B.C. government is transforming justice services in ways that meets these expectations.

The criminal justice system is a foundation of Canadian society. It plays an important part in creating a just, peaceful and safe society. It does this by maintaining public safety, enforcing laws and protecting people’s rights. British Columbia works hard to ensure the best information about the criminal justice system is easily accessible to all British Columbians.

Share your stories, ideas and concerns about human rights in B.C. during two months of online discussion. The consultation ends November 17, 2017.

British Columbians expect the justice system to keep their communities safe and to provide certainty, proportionality and, above all, fairness when it deals with criminal, civil and family law matters. They expect an accessible system that overcomes barriers like distance, and which makes information and options clear. And they expect the system to be affordable. The B.C. government is transforming justice services in ways that meets these expectations.

The criminal justice system is a foundation of Canadian society. It plays an important part in creating a just, peaceful and safe society. It does this by maintaining public safety, enforcing laws and protecting people’s rights. British Columbia works hard to ensure the best information about the criminal justice system is easily accessible to all British Columbians.

  • About Alberta Justice
  • Programs & Services
  • Publications
  • Newsroom
  • Agencies, Boards and Commissions
  • Directory of Personal Information Banks

  • Alberta Courts
  • Alberta Human Rights Commission
  • Property Rights Advocate
  • Solicitor General
  • Pay your traffic fine
  • Contact MEP :
    780-422-5555

In Alberta, the provincial Minister of Justice is the senior law officer of the Crown. The minister is responsible for legal proceedings under the Criminal Code , the Youth Criminal Justice Act (formerly the Young Offenders Act ) and provincial laws. The minister does not become involved in civil matters unless the government is a party to the action.

Ministry of Law and Justice is an advisory service organization providing services to all the Offices of Federal and Provincial Governments on legal, judicial and constitutional matters.

INCREASE IN THE SEATS OF JUDGES ..
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------------------------------------------------------- APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS AS MEMBER TECHNICAL (BS-21) IN CUSTOMS APPELLATE TRIBUNAL ..
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------------------------------------------------------- BASIC IT TRAINING FOR MINISTERIAL STAFF ..
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------------------------------------------------------- CHARGE ASSUMPTION REPORT ..
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Disclaimer: The contents of any information of this website relating to any statute or statutory rules, regulations, bye-laws etc. are for facilitation of the users. As such, Ministry of Law, Justice and Human Rights shall not be responsible for any typographical or other mistake. The visitors may consult the Gazette of Pakistan for authentic version of the statute and statutory rules, regulations, bye-laws, etc.

Judicial justices do not deal with applications under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and offences that may result in imprisonment. As a result, when a Charter issue is raised in traffic court or in another matter normally heard by a judicial justice, the matter is referred to a judge. Matters where the prosecution is seeking jail are also generally scheduled to be heard by a judge.

Judicial Justices are guided by the Ethical Principles for Judges . For more information on judicial justices’ work, see section 30.2 of the Provincial Court Act and the Chief Judge’s assignment of duties to judicial justices.

The Judicial Council screens candidates for judicial justice appointments, and makes recommendations for appointment to the Lieutenant Governor in Council. (BC’s Lieutenant Governor acting on the advice of Cabinet). For more information on judicial justice appointments, see the Judicial Council’s Annual Reports and the Provincial Court’s Annual Reports .

Share your stories, ideas and concerns about human rights in B.C. during two months of online discussion. The consultation ends November 17, 2017.

British Columbians expect the justice system to keep their communities safe and to provide certainty, proportionality and, above all, fairness when it deals with criminal, civil and family law matters. They expect an accessible system that overcomes barriers like distance, and which makes information and options clear. And they expect the system to be affordable. The B.C. government is transforming justice services in ways that meets these expectations.

The criminal justice system is a foundation of Canadian society. It plays an important part in creating a just, peaceful and safe society. It does this by maintaining public safety, enforcing laws and protecting people’s rights. British Columbia works hard to ensure the best information about the criminal justice system is easily accessible to all British Columbians.

  • About Alberta Justice
  • Programs & Services
  • Publications
  • Newsroom
  • Agencies, Boards and Commissions
  • Directory of Personal Information Banks

  • Alberta Courts
  • Alberta Human Rights Commission
  • Property Rights Advocate
  • Solicitor General
  • Pay your traffic fine
  • Contact MEP :
    780-422-5555

In Alberta, the provincial Minister of Justice is the senior law officer of the Crown. The minister is responsible for legal proceedings under the Criminal Code , the Youth Criminal Justice Act (formerly the Young Offenders Act ) and provincial laws. The minister does not become involved in civil matters unless the government is a party to the action.

Ministry of Law and Justice is an advisory service organization providing services to all the Offices of Federal and Provincial Governments on legal, judicial and constitutional matters.

INCREASE IN THE SEATS OF JUDGES ..
read more..
------------------------------------------------------- APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS AS MEMBER TECHNICAL (BS-21) IN CUSTOMS APPELLATE TRIBUNAL ..
read more..
------------------------------------------------------- BASIC IT TRAINING FOR MINISTERIAL STAFF ..
read more..
------------------------------------------------------- CHARGE ASSUMPTION REPORT ..
read more..
------------------------------------------------------- CHARGE ASSUMPTION REPORT ..
read more..
-------------------------------------------------------

Disclaimer: The contents of any information of this website relating to any statute or statutory rules, regulations, bye-laws etc. are for facilitation of the users. As such, Ministry of Law, Justice and Human Rights shall not be responsible for any typographical or other mistake. The visitors may consult the Gazette of Pakistan for authentic version of the statute and statutory rules, regulations, bye-laws, etc.


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