File consists of print-outs of legal reports from various websites in North America. File includes excerpts of articles from CanLII website, the Supreme Court of Canada website, The Globe and Mail, CBC, and the US Government Printing Office. The file provides information on various North American court cases and the Constitution of the United States of America.
File consists of print-outs of online documents and a handwritten note of correspondence which provide advice for court cases. File contains two printed online articles, one titled “Supreme Court of Canada Broadens Defamation Law” and another titled “Scandalizing the Court.”
File consists of print-outs of online documents. File contains printed excerpts from the Sixth Amendment from the US Government Printing Office, Louisiana Statues from the Women’s Law website, an article titled “Right to Trial by Impartial Jury” from Find Law website, a report on the Bloom v. Illinois court case of 1968, and excerpts from The Jefferson Court Blog.
File consists of two print-outs of online resources. File contains a copy of “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights” and “Arishekoff v. British Columbia” from the Court of Appeal for British Columbia.
File consists of typed notes regarding Betty Krawczyk’s court case against the State. File contains a typed account of Krawczyk’s experiences at trial, a transcript titled “Submissions for Betty Krawczyk by Mr. Ward,” and two “Notices of Constitutional Question.”
File consists of court documents, correspondence, and research related to Betty Krawczyk’s court case against Peter Kiewit Sons Co. et al. File’s court documents include two “Notices of Appeal or Application for Leave to Appeal;” one “Response”; one “Statement of Defence of Kevin Falcon, Minister of Transportation”; one “Outline”; one “Provincial Defendant’s Outline Rule 18A”; and one “Accused’s Submissions – Relevance of Evidence, Including Testimony of the Attorney General, Relating to Abuse of Process.” File also includes Krawczyk’s incoming correspondence related to her case, a Wikipedia article titled “Proximate Cause,” an abstract for an article on tort law, and an encyclopedia entry on remoteness.
File consists of four print-outs from online resources regarding Section 2 from the Canadian Charter of Rights. File contains excerpts from: Section 2(b), Section 2(a), and a handbook titled “Civil Disobedience: A Legal Handbook for Activists.”
File consists of print-outs from four online resources and a brief statement from Krawczyk in court. File contains a copy of “Reasons for Judgment of the Honourable Chief Justice Finch” from CanLII, Krawczyk’s statement titled “Mandamus,” The Canadian Encyclopedia’s entry titled “Criminal Law,” a print-out of “British Columbia (Attorney General) v. Christie” from the Supreme Court of Canada’s website, and excerpts from an article in The Tyee called “Can You Afford Your Charter of Rights?”.
File consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, and notes regarding Betty Krawczyk’s incarceration at the B.C.C.W. and preparation for trial. File contains Krawczyk’s typed statements, a print-out of an online news article from The Vancouver Sun, Krawcyzk’s outgoing and incoming correspondence, a trust account statement, a calendar page, receipts, and an Earth First newsletter.
File consists of Betty Krawczyk’s correspondence and statements from her time at B.C.C.W. file contains her open letter to the Supreme Court Justices of British Columbia, print-outs of e-mails, a photocopy of a map, and her handwritten statement read in court.
File consists of two large volumes of records and Betty Krawczyk’s grievance form from the Burnaby Correctional Centre for Women. File includes a binder of materials and an exhibit book for the court case between International Forest Products et al. v. Barney Kern et al.
File consists of Betty Krawczyk’s statements and applications while in court. File contains signed applications, typed statements, and excerpts from the Charter of Rights and Freedoms in Martin’s Criminal Code.
File consists of numerous court documents related to International Forest Products Limited, Elaho Logging Ltd. and B.R. Adam Ltd. v. Barney Kern et al. Supreme Court of British Columbia case, of which Betty Krawczyk was involved. File contains correspondence, “Oral Reasons for Judgment,” exhibit items, “Notice of Appeal or Application for Leave to Appeal,” and a “Proceedings in Chambers” booklet. File also contains CanLII print-outs for “Interfor v. Paine and Krawczyk” and a B.C.C.W. request form.
File consists of Betty Krawczyk’s handwritten statements for her appearances in court and her outgoing letters of correspondence to the media, including Radical Press, documenting her experiences in the Burnaby Correctional Centre for Women.
File consists of court documents regarding the Supreme Court of British Columbia’s case between International Forest Products Limited, Elaho Logging Ltd. and B.R. Adam Ltd. and Barney Kern, John Doe, Jane Doe and Persons Unknown. File contains an affidavit and exhibits, such as newspaper clippings, press releases, and a “Report to Crown Counsel Narrative.”
File consists of court documents, speech notes, and correspondence for Betty Krawczyk’s court case regarding her Elaho protest. File contains a “Notice of Intention to Act in Person,” rally flyers, outgoing correspondence to the Editor at The Province and the Honourable William Glen Parrett, speech notes, and print-outs from the Green Peace Canada website.
File consists of court documents and print-outs of legal papers. File contains a print-out of “Alford v. Canada (Attorney General), 1997 CanLII 3597,” a print-out of the “BCLRC Report on Civil Litigation in the Public Interest,” draft court transcripts, a print-out of a report titled “Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation,” Contempt Proceedings, a bound volume titled “Crown Authorities / Defence of Necessity,” and print-outs from Wikipedia.