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  • R. v. Justin MacDonald, 2019 NBPC 7

    [1] The Defendant is charged with possession of lobster in a closed lobster fishing area (LFA) contrary to s. 57(1)(b) of the Atlantic Fishery Regulations under the federal Fisheries Act.  The specific charge is:       

  • R. v. Lena Marie Canning, 2019 NBPC 6

    [1] The Accused is charged with 3 counts under section 145 of the C.C chronically listed as follows

  • R. v. Dean Perry, 2019 NBPC 5

    [1] The Accused is charged under s. 145(5)(b) of the Criminal Code , that is failure to appear in Court on May 16,2018

  • R. v. Dean Perry, 2019 NBPC 4

    [1] The Accused is charged with having, between November 17 and 19, 2017 sexually assaulted the complainant at or near Marshall Hill, Kings Co, N.B. contrary to s. 271(b) of the Cr Code

  • R. v. Jared Grant Sacobie, 2019 NBPC 3

    [1] The Accused is charged under s. 343(c), contrary to s. 344 (1)(b) of the Criminal Code with assault with intent to steal.  The offence is alleged to have taken place on August 13, 2018 at Fredericton N.B.

  • R. v. Shane Williams, 2019 NBPC 1

    [1] The accused has pled guilty to two charges:

  • Beaudin v. Her Majesty the Queen, 2018 NBPC 6
  • R. v. Shawn GOVANG, 2018 NBPC 7

    [1] The Accused is charged in one information with 5 charges, all alleged to have been committed in the month of March 2018.  The counts are as follows:

  • R. v. Murphy, 2018 NBPC 5

    [1]           Two issues were raised by the defence in this case.

  • R. c. Murphy, 2018 NBCP 5

    [1]           La défense a soulevé deux questions en l’espèce.

  • R. v. ORSER, 2018 NBPC 2

    [1]       The accused stands charged with sexually assaulting A.B. Credibility of the complainant is the central issue before the Court. On the singular facts of this case, what, if anything, does evidence that the complainant was best friends with the accused’s ex-girlfriend tell the trier of fact about the sexual assault allegations? The answer is simple - nothing.

  • R. v. K.L., 2018 NBPC 3

    [1]       MARCO R. CLOUTIER, PROV. CRT J.: This case is a poignant testament to the harm suffered by five young children as a result of their parents’ neglect and failure to address their  needs and to provide them with the most basic care. But what’s more troubling is the fact that this is not a case of parents failing briefly to provide adequate care or an isolated

  • R. v. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, 2018 NBPC 1

    [1]  On September 29, 2017, following a lengthy, trial I convicted the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (the “RCMP”) of failing to ensure the health and safety of its members by failing to provide appropriate use of force equipment and related training when responding to an active threat or active shooter event contrary to Section 124 of Part II of the Canada Labour Code (the

  • R. c. Gendarmerie royale du Canada, 2018 NBCP 1

    [1]    Le 29 septembre 2017, au terme d’un long procès, j’ai déclaré la Gendarmerie royale du Canada (GRC) coupable de ne pas avoir veillé à la santé et à la sécurité de ses membres, du fait qu’elle n’avait pas mis à leur disposition un équipement approprié de recours à la force et une formation connexe sur son utilisation en vue d’interventions contre une menace active...

  • R. v. LOGAN, 2017 nbpc 8

    [1] This case gives another perspective to the W.(D.) analysis: What is the proper response to an assessment by a trier of fact when both the evidence of the accused and the complainant are equally plausible? Better still, can a trier of fact believe that both the accused and the complainant are telling the truth as they recall the events and yet, be left with a reasonable doubt as to the guilt...

  • R. c. Gendarmerie royale du Canada, 2017 nbcp 6

    [1]          Le 4 juin 2014, un agresseur armé, muni entre autres d’une carabine semi-automatique Winchester M305 de calibre 308 et d’au moins 60 cartouches, a assassiné trois agents affectés aux Services généraux de la Gendarmerie royale du Canada (GRC) et en a blessé deux autres.

  • R. v. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, 2017 nbpc 06

    [1] On June 4, 2014 an assailant armed with, among other weapons, an M305 semi-automatic .308 Winchester rifle and at least sixty round of ammunition murdered three general duty Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) members and wounded two others. 

  • R. c. GAUTREAU, 2017 cpnb 5
  • R. v. GAUTREAU, 2017 nbpc 5
  • R. v. WANG, 2017 nbpc 4

    [1] This is a tragic and heartbreaking case involving the death of a taxi cab driver and serious injuries to his passenger. 

  • R. v. Savoie, 2017 NBPC 3
  • R. c. Savoie, 2017 CPNB 33
  • R. v. SAVOIE, 2017 CPNB 0
  • R. v. O’DONNELL, 2017 NBPC 2

    [1] The accused, Mrs. Gloria O’Donnell is charged that on or about October 1, 2015, at or near Boiestown, NB, she operated a motor vehicle while disqualified from doing so by reason of an order made pursuant to s. 259(1) of the Criminal Code of Canada and that in so doing, she committed an offence contrary to s. 259(4) of the Code.

  • R. c. O’DONNELL, 2017 NBCP 2

    [1]       Gloria O’Donnell est accusée d’avoir, le 1er octobre 2015 ou vers cette date, à Boiestown, au Nouveau-Brunswick, ou près de ce lieu, conduit un véhicule à moteur pendant qu’il lui était interdit de le faire par une ordonnance rendue en application du par. 259(1) du Code criminel du Canada, et d’avoir contrevenu ainsi au par. 259(4) du Code.

  • R. c. DEBLY, 2017 NBCP 1

    [1]       Le 26 septembre 2014, Louis Raymond Debly et une autre personne, C.K., sont entrés au Canada par le point d’entrée de St. Croix, au Nouveau-Brunswick. M. Debly était passager du véhicule que conduisait C.K.

  • R. v. DEBLY, 2017 NBPC 1

    [1] On September 26, 2014, Mr. Louis Raymond Debly (“Mr. Debly”) and another individual C.K. entered into Canada at the port of entry in St Croix NB.  C.K. was the driver of the vehicle and Mr. Debly was the passenger.

  • R. v. Comeau (G.), (2016) 448 N.B.R.(2d) 1 (PC)

    [1] LeBlanc, J. : Mr. Gérard Comeau of Tracadie, New Brunswick, is charged by way of Notice of Prosecution with (translation) : "did have or keep liquor not purchased from the Corporation" in Campbellton, New Brunswick, on October 6, 2012, an offence under section 134(b) of the New Brunswick Liquor Control Act.

  • R. v. Ben Sassi (M.), 2016 NBPC 1

    [1] LeBlanc, P.C.J. [Translation]: On May 18, 2015, Constable Kurtis Ross of the Bathurst Police Force stopped Mohammed Ben Sassi's vehicle. He read Mr. Ben Sassi the demand to provide a breath sample by means of an approved screening device. Mr. Ben Sassi was subsequently charged with refusing to comply with the demand and with operating a motor vehicle while impaired. Constable Ross had a...

  • R. v. Trepanier (T.), (2016) 447 N.B.R.(2d) 386 (PC)

    [1] Jackson, P.C.J. : The Defendant (herein referred to as "Trepanier")is a forty nine year old lifelong resident of the Miramichi area who has plead guilty to one count under each of sections 86, 99, and 101 of the Criminal Code of Canada, (herein "the Code ").

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