Not Miller time in court
An attempt by Adrian Miller to have charges laid against two Crown prosecutors was dismissed in Kamloops provincial court on Thursday, Feb. 28.
Judge Edmond De Walle, brought in from Salmon Arm to hear Miller's application, said he saw no basis to allow Miller, a school-board candidate in the 2011 election, to file the documents .
Miller, who has been in court often, dealing with a variety of charges, told court he wanted obstruction of justice and breach of trust charges laid against Iain Currie and Lorne Fisher.
Miller said his application related to earlier court actions when he tried to file charges against other people and the Crown issued stay of proceedings on the matters.
Miller told the court Currie had advised him his office would continue to issue stays on any informations — documents to be filed with the court to proceed with laying charges — he tried to bring forward.
De Walle ruled Miller had not provided any foundation to allow him to proceed with any of the charges.