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Indigenous Justice

By: Lorene Shyba - editor, Raymond Yakelya - editor
Narrated by: Rudy Kelly, Julian Hobson, Lorene Shyba
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Publisher's Summary

Indigenous Justice is Book 10 in the Durvile True Cases series. In the spirit of truth and reconciliation and respectful of Indigenous cultural integrity, judges, lawyers, and law enforcement officers write about working with First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples through their trials and tribulations with the criminal justice system. The stories are a mix of previously published essays from the True Cases anthologies with an equal number of new chapters by legal and law enforcement professionals.

Authors are: Hon. Thomas Berger, Hon. Nancy Morrison, Hon. John Reilly, Hon. John Z. Vertes, Hon. Kim Pate, Eleanore Sunchild, Jonathan Rudin, Catherine Dunn, Joe Saulnier, Brian Beresh, Jennifer Briscoe, John L. Hill, Ernie Louttit, Sharon Bourque, Val Hoglund, and Doug Heckbert.

©2023 Durvile Publications Ltd (P)2023 Durvile Publications Ltd.

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“I’m struck by how the True Cases series has a multiplicity of authentic perspectives that are able to be our proxy or conduit into amazing worlds... Stories that are happening in our community and to our neighbors that we should know about but don’t.”—Grant Stovers, CKUA Radio

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