R. v. Miller (D.L.), (1987) 65 Nfld. & P.E.I.R. 359 (NFTD)
|Court:||Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador, Trial Division|
|Case Date:||February 02, 1987|
|Jurisdiction:||Newfoundland and Labrador|
|Citations:||(1987), 65 Nfld. & P.E.I.R. 359 (NFTD)|
R. v. Miller (D.L.) (1987), 65 Nfld. & P.E.I.R. 359 (NFTD);
199 A.P.R. 359
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Her Majesty the Queen v. David L. Miller
(1987 No. C.B. 1)
Indexed As: R. v. Miller (D.L.)
Newfoundland Supreme Court
February 2, 1987.
The accused pleaded guilty to two charges of forgery, contrary to s. 325(1) of the Criminal Code, when he signed two cheques for a total of $40.00 belonging to another person.
The Newfoundland Supreme Court, Trial Division, suspended the passing of sentence and placed the accused on probation for two years.
Criminal Law - Topic 5876
Sentence - Forgery - A 21 year old student pleaded guilty to two counts of forgery when he signed cheques totalling $40.00 which belonged to another person - The accused sent a letter of apology to the victim and reimbursed him - The Newfoundland Supreme Court, Trial Division, suspended the passing of sentence and placed the accused on two years' probation.
Criminal Code, R.S.C. 1970, c. C-34, sect. 325(1), sect. 664, sect. 665 [para. 4].
John Brooks, for the Crown;
Nick Avis, for David L. Miller.
This case was heard before Soper, J., of the Newfoundland Supreme Court, Trial Division, who delivered the following oral judgment on February 2, 1987:
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