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Provincial Court of Nova Scotia

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Provincial Court of Nova Scotia

The Provincial Court of Nova Scotia is the provincially appointed court of criminal jurisdiction for the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. There are twenty-three Justices and one Chief Justice on the bench, who sit in one of 33 locations over the province.

The Justices are appointed by the province.

Contents

  • Judges 1
    • Current Judges 1.1
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Judges

Current Judges

  • Chief Judge Pamela Williams
  • Judge Del Atwood
  • Judge Barbara Beach
  • Judge Flora Buchan
  • Judge Marc Chisholm
  • Judge William Digby
  • Judge Frank Hoskins
  • Judge Michael Sherar
  • Judge Theodore Tax
  • Judge Warren Zimmer
  • Judge Alanna Murphy
  • Judge Timothy Gabriel - first Mi'kmaw judge in Nova Scotia[1]
  • Judge Timothy Landry
  • Judge Brian Gibson (Supernumerary)
  • Judge Castor Williams (Supernumerary)

References

  1. ^ http://halifaxmag.com/features/50-things-you-dont-know-about-halifax/

External links

  • Provincial court
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