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  • Proposed legislation will strip presumption of innocence: Defence lawyer

    KAMLOOPS – New legislation proposed by the B.C. Liberals this week throws out the presumption of innocence and instead presumes people accused of impaired driving are guilty until they prove otherwise, says a Vancouver defence lawyer specializing in impaired driving.

    Amendments to the Motor Vehicle Act strengthen the government’s controversial Immediate Roadside Prohibition, which avoids the scrutiny of court and criminal sanction
  • KOOPMANS TRIAL: Police waited nearly three hours to inspect crime scene amid chaos

    PENTICTON - Police arriving on scene following a report of a double homicide in Princeton found themselves overwhelmed by a chaotic scene, court was told Wednesday.
  • South Penticton development gets ready to dig into phase two

    PENTICTON - More development is on the way for land overlooking Skaha Lake as the company responsible for the development prepares to launch phase two of the 600-home residential resort community.
  • Long wait for police report in Roxanne Louie murder

    PENTICTON - Family and friends of Roxanne Louie aren't the only ones complaining about how the wheels of justice are turning — a lawyer defending the woman accused of Louie's murder says there are "unusual" delays in the case.
  • Interior Target stores will be closed before Easter

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - By April 2 a total of 62 Target stores will be shut down, including those in Vernon, Kelowna and Kamloops.

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