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Jury begins deliberations in drug smuggling trial

The jury returned with their verdict Monday evening, finding Gurminder Toor guilty of unlawful importation and drug possession for the purpose of trafficking. His wife, Kirandeep Toor, was found guilty of importation and a lesser but included offence of drug possession.

Trial for couple accused of drug smuggling begins

A jury trial has begun for a husband and wife who are accused of trying to smuggle drugs into Alberta more than three years ago. The trial was initially scheduled to run a year ago, but it was cancelled because of the pandemic.

Drinking in Calgary Parks, Legal Concerns

Calgary city councillor Gian-Carlo Carra is expected to bring a motion to a May council meeting that could allow Calgarians to book picnic tables if they're planning on sharing a drink with friends in city parks.

The Dark Horse

He was an underdog from the beginning. Formative years imprinted grit and durability into his persona as an advocate. Here’s how criminal defence lawyer, Greg Dunn melds his rural roots with his profession.

Lawyer for massage therapist needs time to review disclosure

The lawyer for a Calgary massage therapist charged with sexually assaulting a client needs time to review disclosure before proceeding on the case. An agent for defence counsel Greg Dunn appeared in provincial court Thursday and asked that Greg Howden’s case be adjourned to early September.

Bank teller who plotted heist getting boot from Canada

Kenza Belakziz bank robbery insider outside the Calgary Court Centre, Belakziz, 22, pleaded guilty a week ago to conspiracy to commit robbery in connection with a Nov. 26, 2014, heist at a Mission Bank of Montreal where she worked. 

Drunk driving to be largely decriminalized in Alberta in 2018

Changes are coming to the way drunk drivers are policed and prosecuted in Alberta with the provincial government set to issue a directive to police that will largely decriminalize impaired driving, CBC News has learned.

Editorial: Jail teller for longer

In Nov. 26, 2014 [the accused], a young teller provided information to her boyfriend and two other men to assist them in carrying out a bank robbery. Prosecutor Ryan Jenkins and defence counsel Greg Dunn want the judge hearing her case to sentence [the accused] to six months, less a day, in jail and place her on probation for two years. 

Teller involved in bank robbery at risk of deportation

Initially police arrested the three robbers, believing [the accused] was a victim before they realized it was an inside job. She was arrested in December 2014. Last week, she pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit a robbery.

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