R. v. Charlie, 2020 BCCA 24

JurisdictionBritish Columbia
JudgeThe Honourable Madam Justice Newbury,The Honourable Mr. Justice Willcock,The Honourable Mr. Justice Goepel
Date24 January 2020
CourtCourt of Appeal (British Columbia)
Docket NumberCA45605; CA45614
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3 practice notes
  • R. v. Triolo,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Ontario)
    • March 31, 2023
    ...since a conviction of the underlying offence of aiding an assault requires the aider to have the specific intent to assist: R. v. Charlie, 2020 BCCA 24, at para. 57-58. But in Mr. Lozada’s case, the defence of intoxication has no air of reality. For an air of reality to exist th......
  • R. v. Charlie, 2020 BCCA 157
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • May 15, 2020
    ...Louie was allowed and his conviction set aside; the appellant’s conviction appeal was dismissed. Reasons of this Court are indexed as 2020 BCCA 24. [4] Mr. Charlie appeals the sentence imposed. He 1. The sentencing judge erred in law by over‑emphasizing the principles of deterrence, protect......
  • R. v. Gill, 2021 BCSC 332
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • February 26, 2021
    ...the verdict is one that a properly instructed jury or judge could reasonably have rendered:  R. v. R.P., 2012 SCC 22; R. v. Charlie, 2020 BCCA 24 at [7]            In R.P., the Supreme Court of Canada found, at para. 10: Where......
3 cases
  • R. v. Triolo,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Ontario)
    • March 31, 2023
    ...since a conviction of the underlying offence of aiding an assault requires the aider to have the specific intent to assist: R. v. Charlie, 2020 BCCA 24, at para. 57-58. But in Mr. Lozada’s case, the defence of intoxication has no air of reality. For an air of reality to exist th......
  • R. v. Charlie, 2020 BCCA 157
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • May 15, 2020
    ...Louie was allowed and his conviction set aside; the appellant’s conviction appeal was dismissed. Reasons of this Court are indexed as 2020 BCCA 24. [4] Mr. Charlie appeals the sentence imposed. He 1. The sentencing judge erred in law by over‑emphasizing the principles of deterrence, protect......
  • R. v. Gill, 2021 BCSC 332
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • February 26, 2021
    ...the verdict is one that a properly instructed jury or judge could reasonably have rendered:  R. v. R.P., 2012 SCC 22; R. v. Charlie, 2020 BCCA 24 at [7]            In R.P., the Supreme Court of Canada found, at para. 10: Where......

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