B.C. judge tosses charges for “unreasonable” court delay

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It’s another example of the gravity of court delays. 15 charges of theft and fraud against a B.C. man have been thrown out, due to “unreasonable” delays. Charles Kamal Dass of Port Alberni was supposed to stand trial after allegedly embezzling $3.9 million in investment money from two Alberni Valley dairy farming families, according to the Alberni Valley Times. Instead, a judge has issued a stay of proceedings for unreasonable delay.

Read the full article at CKNW.

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