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Auditor General tests B.C. Government

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B.C's Auditor General John Doyle continues his role of keeping the provincial government's feet to the fire

Despite all the controversy surrounding his possible re-appointment, Doyle has uncovered serious problems with a provincial database used to manage criminal cases.

The system, known as JUSTIN, was implemented in 2001, allows a case to be tracked from the initial arrest through to a final judgement by the courts.

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