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Document List Using "justice system"

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  A Century of Integrity: The Law Society of Saskatchewan 1907 to 2007
(Law Society of Saskatchewan Libraries) A Century of Integrity features lively profiles of lawyers, judges, war heroes, politicians, artists, and sports figures, those who represent a cross-section of the Society's membership, whether legal giant or country lawyer.
  A Guide to the Law for Saskatchewan Women
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) A comprehensive examination of various laws that impact on the lives of Saskatchewan women featuring related resources.
  Access to Justice - Needy Person Certificates and Waiver of Fees: Consultation Paper (2011)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Consultation Paper describes Needy Person Certificates and other fee waiver policies in Saskatchewan courts and tribunals. Problems in the present system are identified.
  Access to Justice - Needy Person Certificates and Waiver of Fees: Final Report (2013)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) The Final Report sets out the Commission’s proposals on improving access to justice for low-income members of our community through fee waivers.
  After Sexual Assault
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information for victims of sexual assault.
  Appeals from the Exercise of Statutory Powers of Decision: Consultation Paper (2009)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Consultation Paper looks at the process of appealing administrative decisions in Saskatchewan.
  Awards of Costs and Access to Justice: Research Paper (2011)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Discussion Paper includes a description of the cost regimes in Saskatchewan and other jurisdictions, and canvasses arguments in favour of each system.
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  Becoming a Lawyer
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information for people considering a law career.
  Being a Witness in Criminal Court
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) What to do if you are called to testify.
  Busted
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information about what happens when a young person is arrested.
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  Comparison of Proposals for the Reform of Limitations of Actions (1998)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This paper reconsiders the Commission's 1989 Proposals for a New Limitations of Actions Act in light of the the Uniform Limitations Act adopted by the Uniform Law Conference of Canada.
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  Family Law Intermediary Training Guide
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Law, the legal system and child-centered family justice.
  Family Violence Intermediary Training Guide
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Legal Information about recognizing and responding to family violence.
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  Going to a Lawyer
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Answers to your questions about going to a lawyer.
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  Jail or Bail
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information about what can happen after an arrest.
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  Legacy of Hope: An Agenda for Change
(Publications Saskatchewan) Volume I of the final report of the Commission on First Nations and MĂ©tis Peoples and Justice Reform.
  Legitimacy on Trial: A Process for Appointing Justices to the Supreme Court of Canada
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) This paper traces the debate over Supreme Court of Canada appointments over the last two decades and emphasizes the need to be conscious of the conflicting interests that have informed the debate over the years.
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  Making Faith Public: How Faith-Based Social Justice Groups in Regina use Religious Resources
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) This study uses interviews with leaders of faith-based justice groups in Regina to examine how they apply their religious resources for the goal of social change, and in this way make religious faith public.
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  Peace Bonds
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) What to do if you are being threatened or harassed.
  Practice Essentials for Administrative Tribunals Guide
(Justice) This manual provides an overview of practice and procedure for different types of administrative tribunals, from quasi-judicial tribunals operating an adversarial hearing model to tribunals using an inquiry-based hearing model. Many of the best practices outlined in this manual apply to statutory decision-makers as well as administrative tribunals.
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  Small Claims Court
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information on small claims court actions.
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  The Youth Criminal Justice Act
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) General information about the YCJA.
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  Victim Impact Statement Program: Guidelines Manual
(Justice) The guidelines are for use by criminal justice system personnel to assist them to provide victims of crime with the information and assistance needed to make informed decisions about their participation in the Victim Impact Statement (VIS) program.
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  Youth Justice Intermediary Training Guide
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Helping clients who come uder the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
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