Leo Crockwell and the courts

Leo Crockwell and the courts

While I was standing on the road taking this picture of the Crockwell house in Bay Bulls, Leo Crockwell stood in the shadows near the front window. He declined to do an interview. — Photo by James McLeod/The Telegram

He’s still in that green house

August 02, 2014 - 4 h 44

Following up on a rumour, I headed down to the old Crockwell house on Friday morning.

The house has seen better days — the siding is cracked, the storm door has a broken pane of jagged glass,...

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He’s still in that green house

Warrant out for Leo Crockwell

July 15, 2014 - 14 h 13

A warrant has been issued for Crockwell’s arrest following a breach of probation on June 16.

On June 1, 2012, Crockwell was convicted of firearms charges as a result of an eight-day armed...

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Warrant out for Leo Crockwell

Leo Crockwell is out of jail

December 23, 2013 - 11 h 10

The 58-year-old walked out of Her Majesty’s Penitentiary in St. John’s at 7:55 p.m. Friday after serving more time behind bars than he was supposed to serve.

While it’s  not known...

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Leo Crockwell is out of jail

Leo Crockwell wins get-out-of-jail court case

December 20, 2013 - 4 h 30

In fact, the 58-year-old could be home for the holidays if corrections authorities work out the details in time.

“Oh, he’s a happy man,” Crockwell’s lawyer, Nick Westera, said following...

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Leo Crockwell wins get-out-of-jail court case

Crockwell hopes to be home for the holidays

December 07, 2013 - 0 h 05

Crockwell — who was sentenced to four years in prison as a result of an armed standoff with police at his family’s home in Bay Bulls — has filed an application claiming adult corrections...

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Crockwell hopes to be home for the holidays

Things don’t add up, convict says

December 03, 2013 - 4 h 31

ections and prison administrators miscalculated his sentence and, as a result, have kept him behind bars longer than he should be.

According to Crockwell’s estimation, he should have been released...

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Things don’t add up, convict says

Private lawyer for accused murderer

May 15, 2013 - 12 h 45

Accused murderer Trevor Pardy will get a private lawyer — paid by the province’s Attorney General at private-lawyer rates — to argue an application as to why he should have a private lawyer —...

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Private lawyer for accused murderer

Police actions reasonable in standoff, judge rules

February 14, 2013 - 7 h 41

He was acting irrationally, resisting help, was refusing to communicate with police and had fired a gun.

Leo Crockwell’s behaviour during a standoff in 2010 was enough to warrant the RCMP...

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Police actions reasonable in standoff, judge rules