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Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr. Prosecution.

Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution.

Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr. Prosecution.

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Published by The Commission in [Halifax, N.S.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marshall, Donald, -- 1953- -- Trials, litigation, etc.,
  • Trials (Murder) -- Nova Scotia -- Sydney.,
  • Judicial error -- Nova Scotia.,
  • Criminal justice, Administration of -- Nova Scotia.,
  • Discrimination in criminal justice administration -- Nova Scotia.

  • Edition Notes

    Chairman: Chief Justice T. Alexander Hickman.

    Other titlesCommissioner"s report : findings and recommendations., Public policing in Nova Scotia., The Mi"kmaq and criminal justice in Nova Scotia., Discrimination against blacks in Nova Scotia., Walking the tightrope of justice., Prosecuting officers and the administration of justice in Nova Scotia., Consultative Conference, November 24-26, 1988., Digest of findings and recommendations.
    ContributionsHickman, T. A.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20161697M
    ISBN 100888711093

      Donald Marshall Jr. Wikipedia Donald Marshall, Jr. (13 September " 6 August ) was a Mi'kmaq man who was wrongly convicted of murder. The case inspired a number of disturbing questions about the fairness of the Canadian justice system, especially given that Marshall was an Aboriginal; as the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation put it, "The name Donald Marshall is almost . Donald Marshall Jr., the man at the centre of one of Canada's highest-profile wrongful conviction cases, died in a Sydney, N.S., hospital on Thursday morning.

    This page contains a form to search the Supreme Court of Canada case information database. You can search by the SCC 5-digit case number, by name or word . Donald Marshall, Jr., a sixteen-year old Micmac Indian, was wrongfully convicted of the murder of a Black youth named Sandy Seale in Sydney, Nova Scotia in Eleven years later, Marshall was exonerated, but at the same time, the Nova Scotia Court of Appeals blamed him for causing the miscarriage of justice.

    This conclusion seems borne out in the work of Wilson Head and Donald Clairmont, authors of an study of sentencing practices. (Discrimination Against Blacks in Nova Scotia: the Criminal Justice System, A Research Study, Volume 4, Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., 5/5. Location. Nova Scotia Archives University Avenue Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 1W4. Contact Us tel: fax: [email protected]


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The Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution was not established, however, just to determine whether one individual was the victim of a miscarriage of justice, or even to get to the bottom of how and why that miscarriage occurred.

The Nova Scotia Government, which appointed this. You are here: The Marshall Inquiry: Royal Jr. Prosecution. book on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution. Justice. Reports & documents related to the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution Commissioners' Report: Findings and Recommendations Call Number: KEN A74 A15 A15 v.1 (Killam Library)Author: Elaine MacInnis.

Get this from a library. Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr. Prosecution. [T A Hickman; Nouvelle-Écosse. Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution.]. Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution: digest of findings and recommendations.

KF R Public policing in Nova Scotia / prepared for the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution by Richard Apostle and Philip Stenning. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Also called v. 1 of the Commissioners' report. Issued as the first of seven publications released by the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution.

Public policing in Nova Scotia / prepared for the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution by Richard Apostle and Philip Stenning. KF R The Mi'kmaq and criminal justice in Nova Scotia: research study / prepared for the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution by Scott Clark.

The Attorney General's response to the report of the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr. Prosecution Nova Scotia. Department of Justice Marshall, Donald Jr KB E9 NA Press release dated February 7, Queen's Printer Report Oversize Collection Halifax. Donald Marshall Jr.

was born on Sept. 13,on the Membertou Reserve in Sydney, N.S., the eldest of 13 children of Donald Marshall Sr., the Grand Chief of the Mi'kmaq Nation, and his wife.

Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution: digest of findings and recommendations. The Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution was struck by Order in Council on 28 October Chief Justice T.

Alexander Hickman (chair), Chief Justice Lawrence A. Poitras and the Hon. Gregory Thomas Evans, QC were appointed commissioners. Resources by Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution N.S.

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The Marshall Report issued by the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall Jr. Prosecution in December castigated the Nova Scotia justice system, and society in general, for the injustices carried out against an innocent and defenseless Mi'kmaq boy.

Restrict search to only titles where full MARC is Available. Year of publication: Year. "The criminal justice system failed Donald Marshall Jr. at virtually every turn, from his arrest and wrongful conviction for murder in up to, and even beyond, his acquittal by the Court of.

The Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution,found that “The criminal justice system failed Donald Marshall, Jr. at virtually every turn from his arrest and wrongful. Donald Marshall Jr., at the forefront of two legal battles that brought about change for Mi'kmaq peoples.

The injustice of Marshall's experience led to the establishment of a Royal Commission in that questioned the prosecution of his case, and a. InMarshall was finally exonerated in the report of a royal commission into the wrongful murder conviction.

The inquiry concluded Nova Scotia's justice system had failed him. Donald Marshall Jr., a Mi’kmaq Indian whose wrongful conviction for murder became a cause célèbre in Canada, leading to a sweeping re-examination of Nova.

Donald Marshall Jr. (13 September – 6 August ) was a Mi'kmaq man who was wrongly convicted of murder. The case inspired a number of questions about the fairness of the Canadian justice system, especially given that Marshall was Aboriginal; as the Canadian Broadcasting CorporationCanadian justice system, especially given that Marshall was.

Donald Marshall Jr., a Mi’kmaq Indian whose wrongful conviction for murder became a cause célèbre in Canada, leading to a sweeping reexamination of.

The original Times obit, published in its August 7 edition, two days after Marshall's death, contained the following paragraph: Late on the night ofMr. Marshall and a friend, Sandy Seale, went walking in a Sydney park and tried to rob an older man, Roy Ebsary, who drew a .Battiste, M.

(Director, Apamuek Institute) & Henderson & J.Y. (Sákéj). (, June). A report to the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall Jr. Prosecution (Report from the Apamuwek Institute, Eskasoni, Nova Scotia for the Mi'kmaq Grand Council). 44pp. CBU/MRC - Report .