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Calgary police union head won't need criminal defense

Assault charges against Calgary's police union's head have been withdrawn. Even though the Calgary Police Association president won't have to mount a criminal defense, he is still up against perjury charges stemming from a 2008 traffic stop that lead to the arrest of a Hells Angels gang member. The trial is likely to begin this fall.

Alberta drivers license suspension or revocation causes hardship

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said an Alberta teen who was showing off for his friends is now paying a hefty price. The 17-year-old from Fort McMurray was recently handed down a 30-day driver's license suspension and a $1,000 fine after he was stopped for speeding on a weekend in May. The RCMP said they clocked the youth going 197 km/h in a 100 km/h zone. In similar circumstances, a driver faces a drivers license suspension or revocation.

Alberta soldier will need criminal defense in sex assault case

Sexual assault charges were recently laid against two Canadian soldiers in two unrelated cases. The assaults allegedly happened in Alberta's capital of Edmonton and at the Canadian forces base (CFB) at Wainright, Alberta. One of the soldiers may need criminal defense counsel depending upon the results of an on-going investigation.

Drunk driving charges laid in the death of Alberta RCMP officer

Police have charged a man with impaired driving resulting in the death of an Edson, Alberta, male RCMP officer. The drunk driving charges were laid after the officer, who was riding a bicycle, was struck by a vehicle and killed. The 35-year-old accused man also faces other charges.

New trial set for Alberta man facing drunk driving charges

A Cypress County Alberta man accused of impaired driving two years ago will be heading to court at the end of this November. Drunk driving charges were laid against the man after he was involved in a head-on collision in Dec. 2015 which sent several people to hospital, including a newborn. The accused pleaded not guilty last October to a number of criminal charges connected with the incident.

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