August 3, 2015


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Crown defends pursuing circumstantial case

Judge to rule on acquitted man's bid for compensation

A Court of Queen's Bench judge is deciding whether to make the Manitoba Prosecutions Service (MPS) pay tens of thousands in legal costs to a man whom she recently acquitted of second-degree murder due to lack of evidence.

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A Court of Queen's Bench judge is deciding whether to make the Manitoba Prosecutions Service (MPS) pay tens of thousands in legal costs to a man whom she recently acquitted of second-degree murder due to lack of evidence.

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