Charges stayed against accused Mennonite drug trafficker due to ‘unreasonable delay’

Drug charges against a Mennonite man from Taber accused of being part of a trafficking network with ties to organized crime in Mexico have been stayed because of unreasonable delay.  Calgary Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Robert Hall agreed with defence counsel Andrea Urquhart that the prosecution of her client should be ended.

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This entry was posted in ANDREA URQUHART, tagged Drug Offences and posted on April 4, 2017

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