R. v. A.L., 2018 BCCA 456

JurisdictionBritish Columbia
JudgeHunter
Date22 November 2018
CourtCourt of Appeal (British Columbia)
Docket NumberCA45690
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3 practice notes
  • R. v. D.M.,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • February 1, 2021
    ...of those provisions in the Criminal Code, and I will just reference them. The first is R. v. Rich, 2014 BCCA 24, and also R. v. A.L., 2018 BCCA 456. There is no analysis in the Court of Appeal reasons with respect to the conditional stays that were entered at trial, so I am not suggesting t......
  • R v Tran, 2020 ABCA 55
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • February 6, 2020
    ...the practical reality that if a court detains an applicant who is later successful, he will have been unnecessarily detained: R v AL, 2018 BCCA 456 at para 40. At this stage, the Court may form a “preliminary assessment” of the strength of the appeal: Oland at para 45. Where t......
  • R v Sharma, 2019 ABCA 22
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • January 23, 2019
    ...reality that if a court detains an accused whose appeal is later successful, the accused will have been unnecessarily detained: R v AL, 2018 BCCA 456 (chambers) at para 40. In evaluating the reviewability interest, a court forms a “preliminary assessment” of the strength of th......
3 cases
  • R. v. D.M.,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • February 1, 2021
    ...of those provisions in the Criminal Code, and I will just reference them. The first is R. v. Rich, 2014 BCCA 24, and also R. v. A.L., 2018 BCCA 456. There is no analysis in the Court of Appeal reasons with respect to the conditional stays that were entered at trial, so I am not suggesting t......
  • R v Tran, 2020 ABCA 55
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • February 6, 2020
    ...the practical reality that if a court detains an applicant who is later successful, he will have been unnecessarily detained: R v AL, 2018 BCCA 456 at para 40. At this stage, the Court may form a “preliminary assessment” of the strength of the appeal: Oland at para 45. Where t......
  • R v Sharma, 2019 ABCA 22
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • January 23, 2019
    ...reality that if a court detains an accused whose appeal is later successful, the accused will have been unnecessarily detained: R v AL, 2018 BCCA 456 (chambers) at para 40. In evaluating the reviewability interest, a court forms a “preliminary assessment” of the strength of th......

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