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Judges adjudicate civil and criminal cases and administer justice in courts of law. Judges preside over federal and provincial courts.
Court of Queen's Bench justice, Supreme Court justice, chief justice, county court judge, district court judge, family court judge, federal trial court justice, provincial court of appeal justice, small claims court judge, superior court justice.
- Preside over courts of law, interpret and enforce rules of procedure and make rulings regarding the admissibility of evidence
- Instruct the jury on laws that are applicable to the case
- Weigh and consider evidence in non-jury trials and decide legal guilt or innocence or degree of liability of the accused or defendant
- Pass sentence on persons convicted in criminal cases and determine damages or other appropriate remedy in civil cases
- Grant divorces and divide assets between spouses
- Determine custody of children between contesting parents and other guardians
- Enforce court orders for access or support
- Supervise other judges and court officers.
Judges may specialize in particular areas of law such as civil, criminal or family law.
Outlook & Prospects for Judges in Moncton--Richibucto Region
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Local Employment Potential Information
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Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Nov 18 - Nov 22, 2013
- Freshii, a new restaurant franchise specializing in quick healthy meals will open at the northwest corner of Botsford and Main streets in the former Terre Verde store location. Started in New York city in 2005, the restaurant chain is a fast growing company with a 100 locations in eight countries and plans for rapid expansion. It is not immediately known when the new restaurant will open or how many people will be employed there.
- Caisse populaire Sud-Est branches in Notre-Dame, St-Paul, Richibucto-Village and Pointe-Sapin in southeast New Brunswick closed on November 29, 2013. The closures are attributable to declines in automated teller and in-person teller use due to the adoption of new technologies such as home computers and mobile devices. Five jobs will be affected by the closures. Caisse populaire Sud-Est has 12 other branches within southeast New Brunswick which remain open.
- H¿tel Shediac, a 60-room hotel located at 222 Belliveau Street in Shediac is expected to open in December. The construction of the hotel was started in May 2012 and the owners had originally planned the opening for June 2013. The hotel's website is now accepting reservations starting on December 15. The hotel also includes a St. James Gate restaurant.
- Cabela's Incorporated, a retail store specializing in hunting and fishing merchandise as well as other outdoors products, has announced it plans to open a 50,000 square-foot retail outlet in Moncton in 2015. The store will be located near the Mapleton Parkway and Trans-Canada Highway and will employ 150 full-time, part-time and seasonal employees. Cabela's operates 50 stores across North America, of which four are located in Canada.
- The Atlantic Cancer Research Institute, located at the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre in Moncton, and Boston-based biotech company New England Peptide, have announced the launch of Excipio Technologies Inc. This new startup biotech company has been created to commercialize a synthetic peptide called Vn96, used in the diagnoses of diseases. The new company is expected to create 12 to 15 highly-skilled biotech jobs in the next three years.
- KFC has closed the KFC restaurant on Coverdale Road in Riverview. Facing increasing competition from another restaurant franchise specializing in fried chicken, KFC is renovating most of its restaurants in Atlantic Canada but has decided not to continue operation of the Riverview location. Another KFC restaurant located in Quispamsis will also be closed.
- Oulton's Business College of Moncton and Crandall Unviersity of Moncton have signed an agreement that will benefit Oulton's business program students by providing them with credits toward Crandall University's bachelor's art degree in organizational management
- The Economical Insurance office located at 1600 Main Street in Moncton has closed, eliminating 22 jobs. Some employees who reported to the Moncton office will be transitioning to home offices. The company is streamlining its operations across the company.
- The New Brunswick Department of Energy has discovered significant potash reserves in southern NB. The government is engaging industry to see if it is interested in exploring the deposits further. While the world potash market has been experiencing rapid growth, a decision to pull out of a marketing consortium by Rusian producer Uralkali, sent stock prices plumeting in July 2013. However, the NB government is still optimistic that new mining projects can be considered.
- The East Side Mario's restaurant located at 99 Trinity Drive in Moncton has reopened after extensive renovations. The restaurant had closed on October 9 to proceed with the expansion.
- Collège Trans-Canada College, a Moncton truck driver training school, formerly know as GW Driver Training, is upgrading its facilities and services to address the truck driver shortage in New Brunswick. The company aims to improve their recruitment of students and the matching of graduates to employers. The college also plans to offer driver training in French in the coming months.
- Through the New Brunswick Government's One-Job Pledge initiative five Moncton-area businesses will receive funding to create a total of 34 jobs for post-secondary graduates. The program allows recent graduates the opportunity to gain on-the-job work experience. The government is providing $750,000 distributed among Oulton's College, Imperial Manufacturing, CBI Health Centre PC, Missing Link Technologies, and CGI Information Systems Management Consultant.
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