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Indigenous Justice: True Cases by Judges, Lawyers, and Law Enforcement Officers

Indigenous Justice: True Cases by Judges, Lawyers, and Law Enforcement Officers

Previous price: $35.00 Current price: $29.95
Publication Date: June 1st, 2023
Publisher:
Durvile
ISBN:
9781990735264
Pages:
288
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Description

Indigenous Justice is Book 10 in the Durvile True Cases series. In the spirit of truth and reconciliation, judges, lawyers, and law enforcement officers write about working with First Nations, M tis, and Inuit Peoples through their trials and tribulations with the criminal justice system. The stories are a mix of previously published essays from the True Cases anthologies with an equal number of new chapters by legal and law enforcement professionals including Justice Thomas Berger (posthumous), Justice Nancy Morrison, Justice John Reilly, Senator Kim Pate, lawyers Eleanore Sunchild, Brian Beresh, and John L. Hill, and parole and police officers Doug Heckbert, Ernie Louttit, Val Hoglund, and Sharon Bourque.

About the Author

Editor: Lorene Shyba PhD is publisher at Durvile & UpRoute Books and series editor of all nine other books in the Durvile True Cases series. Editor: Author and filmmaker Raymond Yakeleya is a Dene Knowledge Keeper from Tulita, Northwest Territories and series editor of Durvile's Indigenous Spirit of Nature series.