Alcorn v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2020 NSSC 276

Cited as2020 NSSC 276
CourtSupreme Court of Nova Scotia
Docket NumberHfx No. 499729
JudgeHonourable Justice Christa M. Brothers
JurisdictionNova Scotia
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2 practice notes
  • Wallace v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2021 NSSC 101
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia
    • March 26, 2021
    ...and security of the institution.  See Crawley v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2020 NSSC 221; Alcorn v Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2020 NSSC 276; and, Lambert v Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2020 NSSC [29]      In Cain v. Correctional Services Canada, 2013 NSSC 367, Justice Van Den ......
  • Lambert v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2020 NSSC 282
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia
    • October 7, 2020
    ...in place setting out when an inmate may be placed on North 4.  These were referred to in Alcorn v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2020 NSSC 276.  Under the guidelines, Mr. Lambert met two out of three of the criteria -- problematic behaviour plus a security [20]         After much cross-ex......
2 cases
  • Wallace v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2021 NSSC 101
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia
    • March 26, 2021
    ...and security of the institution.  See Crawley v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2020 NSSC 221; Alcorn v Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2020 NSSC 276; and, Lambert v Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2020 NSSC [29]      In Cain v. Correctional Services Canada, 2013 NSSC 367, Justice Van Den ......
  • Lambert v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2020 NSSC 282
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia
    • October 7, 2020
    ...in place setting out when an inmate may be placed on North 4.  These were referred to in Alcorn v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2020 NSSC 276.  Under the guidelines, Mr. Lambert met two out of three of the criteria -- problematic behaviour plus a security [20]         After much cross-ex......