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Here you will find information on the Aboriginal Courtworker program and how it provides assistance to First Nations and Métis citizens who are in conflict with the law.
Find alternative measures and extrajudicial sanctions, which are options for both youths and adults who have been accused of a criminal offence.
Learn what options are available to you to work off a provincial fine, rather than paying it.
Here you will find information on the Community Service Order Program and how it can benefit the community and promote offender accountability.
Learn about the Counsel for Children program as it relates to children and youth and the lawyers who may represent them in child protection proceedings.
Find information on attending court, court locations throughout Saskatchewan, Justices of the Peace, and much more.
Once a decision is made following a trial or hearing, a judgment must sometimes be enforced. Here you will find information on the steps you need to take to enforce these orders as well as information from other authorities like Office of Residential Tenancies orders and Employment Standards Arbitrator’s decisions.
The Saskatchewan Juror Assistance and Support Program provides you with immediate and confidential support to help you cope with the emotional impact of jury duty.
Learn about the eligibility for jury service and how jurors are selected in Saskatchewan.
Find information on Self-Help Kits, which are designed for individuals who wish to represent themselves in family court in a number of areas.
Request a transcript of court proceedings heard in all Provincial Courts and Queen’s Bench Courts in Saskatchewan.
Find information on testifying in court as a victim or witness of crime.
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