Flanagan: Curt Flanagan

Curt Flanagan  

Curt Flanagan is a Crown attorney in Brockville, Ontario. 

The son of former Ottawa Chief of Police Thomas G. Flanagan, Curt Flanagan was called to the Bar in Ontario in 1982.   He articled at the firm where Justice Colin McKinnon was a lawyer (Beament Green). 

From 1983 – 1985 Curt Flanagan worked as a per diem Crown in Ottawa, Ontario.  From 1985 to 1993 he was an assistant Crown in Ottawa. In 1993 Curt Flanagan became Crown attorney in Brockville, Ontario.    

Curt Flanagan was the Crown in the prosecution of former Cornwall Crown attorney Malcolm MacDonald which saw MacDonald receive an absolute discharge on a plea of guilty to obstruction of justice. Flanagan was also consulted and/or involved in some capacity in various Cornwall Project Truth sex abuse files. 

Curt Flanagan  testified at the Cornwall Public Inquiry 09 January 2009


10 January 2009:  Brockville Crown defends absolute discharge

10 January 2009: Exemplary record results in absolute discharge for city lawyer: Flanagan

09 January 2009:  Hard to take (BLOG)

12 January 2009:  None so blind

ODE to Malcolm MacDonald

24 March 2006:   2004 Spring Education Conference of Ontario Crown attorneys (BLOG)

06 February 2005:  How did David Frost ever become an NHL agent?

One Big Happy Family?

19-21 May 2004:  Ontario Crown Association Spring Educational Conference (Speakers include AG Michael Bryant,  Murray MacDonald,  Curt Flanagan, Brendan Crawley  and Murray Segal)

12 September 1995:  Mr. Justice Brian Lennox, granted Malcolm MacDonald an absolute discharge (Crown was Curt Flanagan)