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Reminiscent of pre-licensing paralegal days: Alberta provincial court justice denies an agent the right to represent a client on a summary conviction case, due in part to an extensive criminal record he had kept quiet. R .v. Hansen, 2015 ABPC 118 (CanLII)
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