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Released on December 14, 2006

Two new Provincial Court judges have been appointed.

Marilyn Gray, Q.C., has been promoted to the bench in Saskatoon while Hugh Harradence, Q.C., will be sitting in Prince Albert.

Judge Gray received her Bachelor of Laws from the University of Saskatchewan in 1979. She articled with the Saskatoon City Solicitor's Office and began her practice of law as a Crown Prosecutor in Saskatoon, where she has served the province for the past 25 years.

"Judge Gray's experience as a Senior Crown Prosecutor will serve her well in her new role as a Provincial Court judge," Justice Minister Frank Quennell said.

Saskatoon's new judge has served on the Executive of the Saskatoon Bar Association, the Ethics Committee for the Regional Psychiatric Centre and as a volunteer with the Canadian Mental Health Association.

Prince Albert's Judge Harrandence received his Bachelor of Laws in 1985 and was a partner in the firm of Harradence Logue Holash in Prince Albert for the past 20 years, where he practised in both criminal and civil law.

"Judge Harradence's background in criminal and civil litigation, as well as his experience as a coroner and as Chair of the Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission, will assist him in his new duties as a Provincial Court Judge," Quennell said.

Judge Harradence was a member of the independent Commission on First Nations and Métis Peoples and Justice Reform. He was also a bencher of the Law Society of Saskatchewan and Vice Chairperson of the Criminal Code Board of Review.

Both appointments take effect immediately.


For More Information, Contact:

Andrew Dinsmore
Phone: 306-787-8606

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