|Yolande S. Richard Murphy|
A lawyer abandoning a case at the last minute, on Friday afternoon, when the hearing is set for Monday morning is a rare event. Usually lawyers give their a reasonable time to get a new lawyer but, sometimes, a lawyer is part of a conspiracy to sabotage the client and, in the case of Wilfred Doyle, that is a possibility because Wilfred Doyle is stepping on the toes of some 'big people" on that "little island".
As a practical matter, the lawyer must appear in court, make an application and the court must approve the withdrawal. So, on Monday morning, while Wilfred was waiting for the court and his lawyer to inform him what they were going to do when his public defender lawyer refused to work for him and when he was looking for another lawyer, the RCMP arrested Wilfred Doyle and, according to his wife Shelly, he has not been heard from since.
|RCMP COMMISSIONER PAULSON|
That is an open question because Wilfred Doyle has written RCMP Commissioner Paulson on a number of occasions requesting an investigation of judicial and legal corruption in PEI but the RCMP refused to investigate and appear to be complicit in the corruption by refusing to investigate. Commissioner Paulson has his own problems arising form his inept failure to find the murderers of Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson and to bring to justice those involved n the Water War Crimes Conspiracy.
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The right to legal counsel is a right guaranteed by Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms and some legal scholars argue that Yolande had no right to withdraw without court approval and that the court had no right to proceed any further without giving Wilfred Doyle the right to retain legal counsel...