Moncton Law Courts
||This article needs additional citations for verification. (April 2012)|
The complex, which covers about 12,150 square metres (135,000 sq. ft.), features 15 courtrooms, two hearing rooms, a new secure detention centre as well as chambers for the judiciary. It also has offices for court services administration personnel, public prosecutions, lawyers, sheriffs, police and staff from other provincial departments. The first court session in the building was February 14, 2011. Prior to this, the Moncton Courthouse was in the Moncton Assumption Building.
During construction, the complex came under fire for the almost double price tag of the initial cost of completion.
|This Canadian government-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|