R v Natomagan,

JudgeAntonio,Pentelechuk,Strekaf
Citation2022 ABCA 48
Date11 February 2022
CourtCourt of Appeal (Alberta)
Docket Number2003-0008-A
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10 practice notes
  • R v Napope,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • January 4, 2023
    ...that a lesser sentence will achieve that goal, the court must impose an indeterminate sentence ( Boutilier at para 70; R v Natomagan, 2022 ABCA 48 at para 22 Making this call requires sentencing judges to address head-on the question of whether something less than an indeterminate sentence ......
  • R v Bird,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • March 28, 2023
    ...indeterminate detention” ( Boutilier at para 46; see also: R v Wolfleg, 2018 ABCA 222 at para 71, 363 CCC 3(d) 168; R v Natomagan, 2022 ABCA 48 at para 94 [ 41 The Crown argues, as set out above, that the trial judge failed to analyse future risk in the manner required by s. 753(1)(a......
  • 2023 ABKB 192,
    • Canada
    • January 1, 2023
    ...reference Le for its commentary on race-based discrimination in police practices in Canada: see Theriault (ONCA) and R v Natomagan, 2022 ABCA 48 as recent 16 In response to the Crown's submission that the trial judge erred in failing to factor race into her sentencing decision, the Def......
  • R v Dunn,
    • Canada
    • Court of King's Bench of Alberta (Canada)
    • April 5, 2023
    ...reference Le for its commentary on race-based discrimination in police practices in Canada: see Theriault (ONCA) and R v Natomagan, 2022 ABCA 48 as recent 16 In response to the Crown's submission that the trial judge erred in failing to factor race into her sentencing decision, the Def......
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  • R v Napope,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • January 4, 2023
    ...that a lesser sentence will achieve that goal, the court must impose an indeterminate sentence ( Boutilier at para 70; R v Natomagan, 2022 ABCA 48 at para 22 Making this call requires sentencing judges to address head-on the question of whether something less than an indeterminate sentence ......
  • R v Bird,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • March 28, 2023
    ...indeterminate detention” ( Boutilier at para 46; see also: R v Wolfleg, 2018 ABCA 222 at para 71, 363 CCC 3(d) 168; R v Natomagan, 2022 ABCA 48 at para 94 [ 41 The Crown argues, as set out above, that the trial judge failed to analyse future risk in the manner required by s. 753(1)(a......
  • 2023 ABKB 192,
    • Canada
    • January 1, 2023
    ...reference Le for its commentary on race-based discrimination in police practices in Canada: see Theriault (ONCA) and R v Natomagan, 2022 ABCA 48 as recent 16 In response to the Crown's submission that the trial judge erred in failing to factor race into her sentencing decision, the Def......
  • R v Dunn,
    • Canada
    • Court of King's Bench of Alberta (Canada)
    • April 5, 2023
    ...reference Le for its commentary on race-based discrimination in police practices in Canada: see Theriault (ONCA) and R v Natomagan, 2022 ABCA 48 as recent 16 In response to the Crown's submission that the trial judge erred in failing to factor race into her sentencing decision, the Def......
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