Citing a lack of evident remorse for Ashleigh Tschritter's role in the violent robbery and beating of a Chilliwack woman, Justice Brian Joyce sentenced the pregnant Chilliwack woman to 14 months in jail Friday.
Evidence against an Abbotsford marijuana advocate charged with trafficking may be tossed out after a judge ruled a police search violated the accused's charter rights.
Two Abbotsford men who were arrested after police seized more than 40 kilograms of cocaine in a berry field near the Canada-U.S. border have each been sentenced to five and a half years in prison.
Ashleigh Tschritter was the "woman in blue" who directed a soccer kick at the prone head of a 26-year-old woman during a violent 2010 purse snatching, Supreme Court Justice Brian Joyce ruled Monday.
According to prosecutors, Thomas Borecky was a midlevel drug dealer who helped supply street traffickers with thousands of dollars worth of cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine.
A Ryder Lake man who killed his wife is unfit to stand trial, a Supreme Court justice ruled last Thursday.
A Chilliwack man who killed his wife will undergo more testing to determine if he is fit to stand trial.
A Chilliwack man with a long criminal history was sentenced in Supreme Court Wednesday to two years in jail for beating up a drug addict who slept in the same bed as the accused's girlfriend.
A female psychiatric patient who attacked and injured an Abbotsford doctor has successfully appealed her six-month jail sentence.
Two Abbotsford men accused of helping smuggle up to $2 million worth of cocaine across the U.S. border were found guilty of drug charges in Chilliwack Supreme Court Thursday morning.
The trial of a Chilliwack man and woman charged with a range of gun and drug offences will continue after a Supreme Court justice refused a defence lawyer's plea to throw out evidence obtained during a search of one of the accused's house.
The trial two Abbotsford men accused of trying to smuggle $1.2 million worth of cocaine across the U.S. border wrapped up in Chilliwack Supreme Court recently.
The B.C. Court of Appeal has overturned a 2010 ruling against a Lindell Beach resort operator and ordered a new trial after finding that the trial judge was wrong to find that the operators abused the judicial process by defending themselves a second time.
A man who tied up a prostitute and then hit her on the head with a wrench after she refused to perform certain sexual acts was designated a dangerous offender by a Supreme Court justice Thursday.
The diminished physical and mental faculties of a Chilliwack man accused of the 2009 murder of his wife renders him incapable of participating in his own trial, defence lawyer Paul McMurray told a Supreme Court justice Thursday.
The lawyer for a man convicted of the aggravated sexual assault of a Chilliwack prostitute last year year told a Supreme Court justice Thursday that his client won't be a threat to the public by the end of his inevitable jail sentence.
Crown counsel John Lester hopes to convince a Supreme Court justice that a Chilliwack man's crack cocaine-fueled sexual assault on a prostitute is similar enough to a previous conviction to have the man declared a dangerous offender and handed an indefinite sentence.
A Crown prosecutor has asked a judge to send two men who ripped off two aboriginal organizations for close to $1 million to jail.
The killer of a Harrison Hot Springs woman was sentenced last Thursday to spend just four more years in jail, despite meeting the criteria to be designated a dangerous offender.