File consists of records regarding the arrest of Betty Krawczyk. File includes a report from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police regarding Krawcyzk’s failure to comply with order, handwritten notes regarding prison clothing, a receipt, handwritten notes regarding Krawczyk’s arrests and releases since the 1990s, a photocopy of a special request form, trust account slips, and two “Supplemental Reports to Crown Council.”
File consists of various versions of a screenplay written by Norman Klenman for a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation series titled “The Winners,” and revised up to October 24, 1980. Includes handwritten revisions and notes.
File consists of a printed copy of a script “Sam Johson (sic) [Johnson]: Writer for Hire” by Norman Klenman, a copy of Klenman’s CV, as well as notes pertaining to contact information for various literary publications.
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 four textual documents regarding injunctions and advice on appeals. File contains the following reports: “Injunctions - BC Law and Practice” by John J.L. Hunter, “Current Issues in the Law of Irreparable Harm” by Robert J.C. Deane, “Chambers Applications” and “How to Conduct an Appeal – Civil Cases.”