THE ADVOCATE 937
VOL. 77 PART 6 NOVEMBER 2019
Brian’s account of the administration
of justice in Ocean Falls reminds
me of my early magisterial
experience, when well-intentioned
RCMP members were responsible
for the day-to-day prosecution of
But that’s not why I write.
Daniel Clayton Gallant’s “Outlaws
Breaking In: The Law of Rehabilitation”
is an inspiring story, and
one cannot help but hope that this
young lawyer achieves the professional
fulfilment that his dedication
and hard work warrant.
The The Honourable Honourable Ross Ross Collver,Collver, Q.C.
Re: Brian McDaniel, “Law and Justice
in Ocean Falls” (2019) 76
Advocate 677 and Daniel Clayton
Gallant, “Outlaws Breaking
In: The Law of Rehabilitation”
(2019) 76 Advocate 671
While the promise of a weekend
storm somewhat dampens my
spirits, today’s arrival of the Advocate
provides a lift!
I initially turned to Brian
McDaniel’s “Law and Justice in
Ocean Falls” because his late father
(a very fine physician) was my
good neighbour and occasional golf
partner when I lived and worked in
Penticton. Among other things,
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