R v Mela,

JudgeThe Honourable Mr. Justice Jack Watson,The Honourable Madam Justice Frederica Schutz,The Honourable Madam Justice Dawn Pentelechuk
Neutral Citation2021 ABCA 38
Date03 February 2021
Docket Number2001-0080-A
CourtCourt of Appeal (Alberta)
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3 practice notes
  • R v Delorme, 2021 ABCA 424
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • December 20, 2021
    ...in the context of the entire case, other possible conclusions and not merely speculative conclusions: Villaroman at para 55: R v Mela, 2021 ABCA 38 at paras 81-83, [2021] AJ No 163 [66]         Relatedly, the role of the trier of fact in a circumstant......
  • R v Bowers,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • April 26, 2022
    ...J, and those that have been repeatedly expressed by this Court: see, e.g., R v Wanihadie, at paras 23, 34-41; R v Mela, 2021 ABCA 38; R v Day, 2021 ABCA 412; R v Coreman, 2021 ABCA 412; R v Strathdee at paras 7-12; R v Sheppard; R v DEA, 2022 ABCA 143 at para 34. There h......
  • R v Topalinski,
    • Canada
    • Provincial Court of Alberta (Canada)
    • November 4, 2021
    ...scenario” or “other plausible theories”. [107]     Similarly, the Court of Appeal in R v Mela 2021 ABCA 38 at para 83 set forth a clear statement about what kind of inferences can be drawn from circumstantial evidence when they … Villaroman ap......
3 cases
  • R v Delorme, 2021 ABCA 424
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • December 20, 2021
    ...in the context of the entire case, other possible conclusions and not merely speculative conclusions: Villaroman at para 55: R v Mela, 2021 ABCA 38 at paras 81-83, [2021] AJ No 163 [66]         Relatedly, the role of the trier of fact in a circumstant......
  • R v Bowers,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Alberta)
    • April 26, 2022
    ...J, and those that have been repeatedly expressed by this Court: see, e.g., R v Wanihadie, at paras 23, 34-41; R v Mela, 2021 ABCA 38; R v Day, 2021 ABCA 412; R v Coreman, 2021 ABCA 412; R v Strathdee at paras 7-12; R v Sheppard; R v DEA, 2022 ABCA 143 at para 34. There h......
  • R v Topalinski,
    • Canada
    • Provincial Court of Alberta (Canada)
    • November 4, 2021
    ...scenario” or “other plausible theories”. [107]     Similarly, the Court of Appeal in R v Mela 2021 ABCA 38 at para 83 set forth a clear statement about what kind of inferences can be drawn from circumstantial evidence when they … Villaroman ap......

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