Concluded on June 10th, 2010
Judge Derrick expects to complete her report later this year (2010).
The Schizophrenia Society of Nova Scotia (SSNS) had standing at this inquiry and was represented by a total of five lawyers, all of whom were working on a pro bono basis. The SSNS thanks Blair Mitchell (lead counsel), Angela Byrne, Michele Cleary, Marion Ferguson, and Sharmi Jaggi.
Adapted from the Nova Scotia Department of Justice's Howard Hyde website:
Pursuant to the Fatality Investigations Act, S.N.S. 2001 C. 31
The Honourable Judge Anne Derrick of the Nova Scotia Provincial Court
Dan MacRury Q.C., Chief Crown Attorney for the Cape Breton Region
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