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She could not immediately be reached for comment on Wednesday. The three justices — Marc Richard, Kathleen Quigg and Barbara Baird — "had a number of questions for both our side and also for the Crown," said Lacy."They were clearly engaged by the issues and clearly read all the material and now we'll await the outcome." Dedam was found guilty on Sept.29, 2016, of sexual intercourse with a female under 14, sexual intercourse with a female under 16, sexual intercourse without consent, illicit sexual intercourse, and two counts of sexual assault against two females between 19, when he was chief of the First Nation northeast of Miramichi. 5, 2016, to nine years in prison, but the defence filed an appeal the following month.Dedam was released on bail in April 2016, pending his appeal.Lorraine has been a member of the Fredericton Sexual Assault Centre Collective since 1983 and on staff since 1984.Lorraine has been a dedicated activist for over 30 years, working toward the eradication of violence against women.The National Sex Offender Registry is used to assist police in the investigation of crimes of a sexual nature by providing up-to-date information relating to convicted sex offenders and identifying all registered sex offenders living within a particular geographic area.

This database is accessible to all accredited Canadian police agencies through a provincial/territorial registration centre.They contend Dedam's exclusion was a legal error. shall be present in court during the whole of his or her trial." Dedam's appeal was originally scheduled to be heard in November but was adjourned until Tuesday after Lacy discovered the possible error.The Appeal Court set the matter over to give the lawyers more time to prepare their submissions.The public does not have access to the National Sex Offender Registry.Time is of the essence for police when locating sexual predators and investigating crimes committed by these offenders.

This database is accessible to all accredited Canadian police agencies through a provincial/territorial registration centre.

They contend Dedam's exclusion was a legal error. shall be present in court during the whole of his or her trial." Dedam's appeal was originally scheduled to be heard in November but was adjourned until Tuesday after Lacy discovered the possible error.

The Appeal Court set the matter over to give the lawyers more time to prepare their submissions.

The public does not have access to the National Sex Offender Registry.

Time is of the essence for police when locating sexual predators and investigating crimes committed by these offenders.

A three-justice panel heard arguments from both parties in Fredericton on Tuesday but will render a written decision at a future undetermined date.