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Provincial Court – Criminal Rules
January 3, 2023
From the Provincial Court of Saskatchewan
On January 3, 2023, the Provincial Court introduced its first Criminal Rule of Court: Rule 1 Case Management. More will follow.
Compliance with Rules is mandatory. It is the responsibility of lawyers and persons representing themselves in criminal court proceedings to know the rules that may apply to their proceeding.
The Court’s Practice Directives remain in force. It is intended that the relationship between the Court’s Rules and its Practice Directives will be harmonious, however, if a conflict ever arises, then the Rule prevails.
Rules are effective as soon as they are published to the Court’s website.