Crown appeals Hickman Equipment case to Supreme Court of Canada

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The Crown is taking its fight for a conviction in the Hickman Equipment case to the country’s top court. Earlier this week, prosecutors filed an appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada, hoping a decision by the provincial Court of Appeal will be overturned.

Upheld decision by a trial judge

On Nov. 4, a Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal panel in St. John’s upheld a decision by a trial judge to stay charges against the former lead hands at Hickman Equipment. No date has been set yet to argue the case at the Supreme Court of Canada.

Read the full article at The Telegram.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.