R. v. Anablak (P.), [2008] Nunavut Cases Uned. 9 (CJ)

JudgeKilpatrick, J.
CourtNunavut Court of Justice (Canada)
Case DateFebruary 28, 2008
JurisdictionNunavut
Citations[2008] Nunavut Cases Uned. 9 (CJ);[2008] Nunavut Cases Uned. 9;2008 NUCJ 9
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  • R. v. MULLEN, 2017 SKQB 237
    • Canada
    • Saskatchewan Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan (Canada)
    • August 15, 2017
    ...held that denunciation of the offence and the offender’s high moral blameworthiness mandated a sentence of nine years; 10. R v Anablak, 2008 NUCJ 9 – the offender had a criminal history of assaulting the victim and breaching court orders to stay away from her. He also had a serious alcohol ......
  • R. v. Jamieson (D.B.), 2012 ONSC 1114
    • Canada
    • Ontario Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • February 21, 2012
    ...higher in the 9 to 15 year range. (See for example R. v.Bridle, [2007] BCSC 1302. R v Warwick , [2006] ONCJ 518, 2. R v. Anablak, 2008 NUCJ 9). However, each case is dependent on the circumstances of the offender and the circumstances of the offence in each case. There are cases above and b......
  • R. v. Peter (P.), [2014] Nunavut Cases Uned. 28
    • Canada
    • Nunavut Nunavut Court of Justice (Canada)
    • September 12, 2014
    ...this is by a sober or intoxicated person. Sub-paragraph B is deterrence. I will come back to B. But looking at R v Anablak, 2008 NUCJ 09, 2008 NUCJ 9 (CanLII) [Anablak], at paragraph 22, the Court says, and I quote, The primary focus of this sentencing must be denunciation and deterrence. B......
  • R. v. Klimovich (E.), [2013] O.T.C. Uned. 2888 (SC)
    • Canada
    • Ontario Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • May 22, 2013
    ...He cited three cases in support for that proposition: R. v. Warwick , 2006 ONCJ 518, R. v. Bridle , 2007 BCSC 1302, and R. v. Anablack , 2008 NUCJ 9. In Warwick , the trial judge imposed a 12 year sentence on a joint submission. He noted that the applicable range of sentence in cases of man......
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  • R. v. MULLEN, 2017 SKQB 237
    • Canada
    • Saskatchewan Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan (Canada)
    • August 15, 2017
    ...held that denunciation of the offence and the offender’s high moral blameworthiness mandated a sentence of nine years; 10. R v Anablak, 2008 NUCJ 9 – the offender had a criminal history of assaulting the victim and breaching court orders to stay away from her. He also had a serious alcohol ......
  • R. v. Jamieson (D.B.), 2012 ONSC 1114
    • Canada
    • Ontario Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • February 21, 2012
    ...higher in the 9 to 15 year range. (See for example R. v.Bridle, [2007] BCSC 1302. R v Warwick , [2006] ONCJ 518, 2. R v. Anablak, 2008 NUCJ 9). However, each case is dependent on the circumstances of the offender and the circumstances of the offence in each case. There are cases above and b......
  • R. v. Peter (P.), [2014] Nunavut Cases Uned. 28
    • Canada
    • Nunavut Nunavut Court of Justice (Canada)
    • September 12, 2014
    ...this is by a sober or intoxicated person. Sub-paragraph B is deterrence. I will come back to B. But looking at R v Anablak, 2008 NUCJ 09, 2008 NUCJ 9 (CanLII) [Anablak], at paragraph 22, the Court says, and I quote, The primary focus of this sentencing must be denunciation and deterrence. B......
  • R. v. Klimovich (E.), [2013] O.T.C. Uned. 2888 (SC)
    • Canada
    • Ontario Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • May 22, 2013
    ...He cited three cases in support for that proposition: R. v. Warwick , 2006 ONCJ 518, R. v. Bridle , 2007 BCSC 1302, and R. v. Anablack , 2008 NUCJ 9. In Warwick , the trial judge imposed a 12 year sentence on a joint submission. He noted that the applicable range of sentence in cases of man......
  • Request a trial to view additional results

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