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Only one vehicle was involved in accident, despite James Baker's testimony another car hit his.
Abbotsford's Daniel Cunningham claims guards ignored his screams during a five-hour beating by inmates.
Defence lawyers will now argue John Nuttall and Amanda Korody were entrapped by RCMP.
Convicted murderers Cody Haevischer and Matthew Johnston allege they were kept in solitary confinement in cells covered in feces, blood.
Sophon Sek had been free on bail since being charged with manslaughter in 2009.
Surrey couple on trial for allegedly planting bombs at the B.C. legislature in Victoria on Canada Day 2013.
John Nuttall and Amanda Korody have pleaded not guilty to terror-related charges.
Emma Paulsen initially lied to police about the fate of six dogs that died while in her care last spring.
Crown seeks jail time for Emma Paulsen, while her lawyer says she should serve time in the community.
Trial of John Nuttall and Amanda Korody, arrested in Abbotsford, scheduled to start Feb. 2.
Cody Haevischer and Matthew Johnston were found guilty last October of six counts of first-degree murder.
Cody Haevischer's brother Justin Haevischer arrested in Edmonton, accused of accessory after the fact to murder.
Families of Surrey Six victims speak in court before Cody Haevischer and Matthew Johnston sent to jail for life sentences for mass murder.
Two convicted murderers sought to have their charges stayed due to abuse of process.
Jeffery Goddard, who's been in custody since late last year, charged after complaint at Surrey Pretrial Centre.
Convicted mass murderers Matthew Johnston and Cory Haevischer seeking to have case tossed.
Cody Haevischer and Matt Johnston convicted of first-degree murder and conspiracy to murder in notorious Whalley massacre.
Surrey teen's accused murderer was repeatedly deemed a high risk to the public.
Lucrative drug business prompted Red Scorpions merger, former gang leader Michael Le testifies.
Ex-drug dealer said he cooperated with police after seeing effect of 2007 murders on families of victims.