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This section contains orientation materials and useful links and documents intended to help courtworkers in their role.
Last Updated: Oct 7, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Other Useful Guides

Courtworkers will also find valuable information in the following guides:

Breach, Parole, Pardons/Record Suspensions
by Brett Lambert - Last Updated Jul 28, 2015
This section focuses on the law as it relates to breach charges and sentencing conditions.
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Gladue Resources
by Brett Lambert - Last Updated Jul 28, 2015
This section contains background information on the Gladue Decision, as well as the applications of this ruling and the preparation of Gladue documents
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Legal Aid Services
by Brett Lambert - Last Updated Sep 19, 2014
This section contains links to various legal aid services, especially those with a focus on helping the Aboriginal community.
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Mental Health & Addictions
by Brett Lambert - Last Updated Sep 2, 2015
This section includes resources on the law relating to mental health & addiction, as well as links to treatment centres and services.
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Court Processes & Working With a Lawyer
by Brett Lambert - Last Updated Jul 28, 2015
This section contains resources on what to expect in the courtroom and how you can work with your lawyer.
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Web Links

  • Location of Aboriginal Courtworkers in Canada
    Find organizations (listed by province or territory) that provide Aboriginal Courtworker Services.
  • How To Do Your Own Speak To Sentence
    An information page prepared by Student Legal Services of Edmonton that instructs those facing sentencing on how to present their case for a sentence which takes their circumstances into consideration.
  • Pre-Sentence Reports
    A brief factsheet prepared by Justice B.C. that describes the purpose of pre-sentence reports as well as some of the information that usually appears in these reports.

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