• Jody Roberts v. Deputy Director of Wildlife

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    Decision Date: May 9, 2001

    Panel: Alan Andison

    Keywords: Consent order

    Jody Roberts appealed a decision of the Deputy Director of Wildlife on the basis that the Deputy Director erred in his findings of fact, and that the penalty imposed was, therefore, too harsh. The Appellant subsequently provided the Deputy Director with additional information, who agreed to make several amendments to his original decision. Accordingly, the Board ordered that a number of amendments be made to the Deputy Director’s decision. As a result, the Appellant’s period of ineligibility to obtain a hunting licence was reduced by two years, and the requirement that she take the CORE program was eliminated.

    By consent of the parties, the appeal was dismissed.