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File consists of Betty Krawczyk’s speeches while in court. File contains two untitled speeches and two speeches titled: “Summary and Indictment” and “Background.”

Oral reasons sentence – Judgment

File consists of court records regarding the Supreme Court of British Columbia’s case between Regina and Betty Krawczyk. File includes four reports titled “Reasons for Judgment,” “Oral Reasons for Sentence,” “Oral Reasons for Judgment,” and “Betty Krawczyk’s Rap Sheet.” File also includes a photocopy of Krawczyk’s’ Promise to Appear form, and transcripts titled: “Closing for Crown Argument by Mr. Brundett” and “Submissions by Mr. Burndrett re: Charter.”

Pictures

File consists of computer print-outs of eleven digital photographs. The records show Betty Krawczyk’s protesting activities. The photographs are labelled for an appendix.

Copies of judgment and order

File consists of court documents related to the Supreme Court of British Columbia case between Betty Krawczyk and Peter Kiewit Sons Co. et al. File contains two reports, one titled “Reasons for Judgment” and the other “Order.”

Exhibits

File consists of one bound volume containing numerous court documents related to an earlier court case involving the Elaho region and John Prescott. The file contains affidavit and court exhibit items related to the case.

Mootness

File consists of court documents related to the R. v. Krawczyk Supreme Court of British Columbia case. File contains correspondence from the Government addressed to Krawczyk, an “Appellent’s Factum,” a one-page print-out from CanLII, a photocopy of the article “Re Skapinker and the Mootness Doctrine” written by Patrick Macklem and Eric Gertner, Krawczyk’s typed speech on mootness, an abstract for an article titled “The Partially Prudential Doctrine of Mootness” written by Matthew I. Hall, and two online print-outs on mootness in appeals.

[Cases and rules]

File consists of two legal documents printed from the Internet. File contains excerpts from the “Rules of the Supreme Court of Canada” and a report titled “R. v. Krawczyk.”

[Regina v. Betty Krawczyk]

File consists of court records regarding the Supreme Court of Canada case between Regina v. Krawczyk. File contains three large bound volumes titled “Appeal Book,” “Respondent’s Factum, and “Crown’s Authorities on Charter Issues.” Krawczyk’s speech notes regarding mens rea, e-mail correspondence addressed to Krawczyk, a record of Krawczyk’s net income, and outgoing correspondence from Krawczyk regarding an application for indigent status.

[Legal correspondence and statements]

File consists of correspondence and legal statements in regards to Betty Krawczyk’s Supreme Court of British Columbia case with Peter Kiewitt Sons Co et al. File contains correspondence from A. Cameron Ward & Company, a legal document titled “Accused’s Submissions – Relevance of Evidence, Including Testimony of the Attorney General, Relating to Abuse of Process,” printed e-mails, photocopy of a newspaper clipping, Krawczyk’s outgoing correspondence to Madam Justice Brown, a police statement, and Krawczyk’s speech notes.

[Submission and statement]

File consists of court documents in regards to Betty Krawczyk’s Supreme Court of British Columbia case with Peter Kiewit Sons Co. et al. File contains two reports, one titled “Written Submissions of Peter Kiewit Sons Co.”, and another titled “Amended Statement of Defence.”

Michael G. Demers correspondence defendants Peter Kiewit Sons Co. & Dean Riggs

File consists of correspondence and court documents in regards to the Krawczyk v. Peter Kiewit Sons Co. et al. Supreme Court of British Columbia case. The file contains one report titled “Outline of Peter Kiewit Sons Co.,” a “Notice of Hearing,” and numerous pages of letters of correspondence, faxes, and printed e-mails between Michael G. Demers and Betty Krawczyk.

Copies of demand documents + charter application

File consists of legal documents regarding the Supreme Court of British Columbia’s case between Betty Krawczyk and Peter Kiewit Sons Co. et al. The file contains two “Writ of Summons,” a “Statement of Claim,” a “Demand for Discovery of Documents,” a “Notice of Application for Constitutional Remedy,” a “Notice Requiring Trial by Jury,” Krawczyk’s responses, and a print-out of an online article on court cases.

[Betty Krawczyk v. Peter Kiewit Sons Co.]

File consists of two bound volumes titled “Chambers Record” and “Book of Authorities of Peter Kiewit Sons Co. and Gwynne Troy Dean Riggs” for the Supreme Court of British Columbia case between Betty Krawczyk and Peter Kiewit Sons Co. et al.

No. 1 – summary and indictment

File consists of court documents related to the Regina v. Krawczyk Supreme Court of British Columbia case. File contains Betty Krawczyk’s summary and indictment, along with a print-out of one of the trial’s reports titled “Oral Reasons for Sentence” from CanLII.

Sentence Madam Justice Brown

File consists of documents related to the Supreme Court of British Columbia’s case between Regina and Betty Krawczyk. File contains “Oral Reasons for Judgment,” “Oral Reasons for Sentence,” CanLII print-outs, and a transcript titled “Closing for Crown Argument by Mr. Brundrett.”

[Appeal documents]

File consists of numerous court documents related to the Supreme Court of British Columbia’s case between Regina and Betty Krawczyk. File contains three bound volumes titled: “Application for Leave to Appeal to the Supreme Court,” “Respondent’s Response to Application for Leave to Appeal,” and “Proceedings at Appeal.” The file also includes four loose court reports, handwritten notes by Krawczyk, and on letter of correspondence.

[Regina v. Betty Krawczyk]

File consists of numerous documents related to the Supreme Court of British Columbia case between Regina and Betty Krawczyk. File contains Krawczyk’s incoming correspondence regarding the trial, a “Notice of Appeal against Conviction,” three “Notices of Motion,” handwritten notes, court file notes, a “Oral Reasons for Judgment,” and two trial transcripts.

Reasons for judgment + sentencing

File consists of numerous court documents in regards to Betty Krawczyk’s Supreme Court of British Columbia case against the State. File contains an “Appeal From Sentence,” “Oral Reasons for Sentence,” “Oral Reasons for Judgment,” Krawczyk’s “Summary and Indictment,” a “Statement,” and an “Appeal on Reasons for Sentence of Madam Justice Brown.” File also contains correspondence, computer print-outs of CanLII pages, and photocopies from the United States District Court Eastern District of New York sentencing on a trial between Cecil Simon and the United States of America.

[Criminal code and offences]

File consists of two printed online articles regarding Canada’s criminal code. File includes excerpts of articles titled “Criminal Code of Canada – Part XXI Appeals – Indictable Offences,” and “Distinguishing Hybrid and Indictable Offences.”

Appeals

File consists of documents related to Betty Krawczyk’s trial against Her Majesty the Queen. File contains Krawczyk’s rap sheet, incoming correspondence, the “Respondent’s Response to Application for Leave to Appeal,” along with Krawczyk’s speech notes for court.

Sec 1

File consists of numerous print-outs from Section 1 of the CanLII website and a “Notice of Constitutional Question” in regards to Betty Krawczyk’s court case against the State.

Sec. 52(I)

File consists of a print-out of Section 52(I) from the Canadian Charter of Rights Decisions Digest on the CanLII website.

Free speech

File consists of print-outs of legal reports from various websites in North America. File includes excerpts of articles from CanLII website, the Supreme Court of Canada website, The Globe and Mail, CBC, and the US Government Printing Office. The file provides information on various North American court cases and the Constitution of the United States of America.

[Legal advice and reports]

File consists of print-outs of online documents and a handwritten note of correspondence which provide advice for court cases. File contains two printed online articles, one titled “Supreme Court of Canada Broadens Defamation Law” and another titled “Scandalizing the Court.”

Sec. 15

File consists of a print-out of Section 15(1) from the CanLII website.

Sec. 11

File consists of print-outs from four online articles – Section 11(a), 11(b), and 11(f) from the CanLII website, and “Section Eleven of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms” from Wikipedia.

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