Penticton Crown prosecutor appointed provincial court judge

FILE PHOTO - Penticton Supreme court

PENTICTON - A Penticton Crown prosecutor has been appointed a provincial court judge.

Catherine Crockett will begin her appointment May 2, 2016.

Crockett has more than 20 years legal experience most recently working as a Crown prosecutor in Penticton.

She has also worked for the Public Prosecution Service of Canada and has provided volunteer services for numerous legal and non-legal organizations.

Crockett will be serving primarily on Vancouver Island.

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