R. v. Pastro,

JurisdictionBritish Columbia
JudgeThe Honourable Mr. Justice Harris,The Honourable Mr. Justice Fitch,The Honourable Mr. Justice Abrioux
Neutral Citation2021 BCCA 149
Date15 April 2021
Citation2021 BCCA 149
Docket NumberCA46418
CourtCourt of Appeal (British Columbia)
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8 practice notes
  • R v D.B.,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • June 29, 2022
    ...also entitled, and in fact expected, to use logic and common sense in assessing the evidence (Adebogun at paras 24–25; R v Pastro, 2021 BCCA 149 at para 41, 71 CR (7th) 296 [Pastro]). It is an error of law, however, to draw inferences that do not flow logically and reasonably fr......
  • R. v. M.P.H.,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • June 21, 2022
    ...by the positions of the parties. Trial reasons are not to be finely parsed in search for error: G.F. at para. 69; R. v. Pastro, 2021 BCCA 149 at para. [35]       In reviewing trial reasons, it is critical to review the record. Even if the trial reasons do ......
  • R. v. Fay,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • April 13, 2023
    ...of credibility: R. v. D.C., 2012 SCC 48 at paras. 3, 25–28; R. v. Roth, 2020 BCCA 240 at para. 73; R. v. Pastro, 2021 BCCA 149 at para. 52. In assessing credibility, the trial judge is entitled to draw inferences that “flow logically and reasonably from establis......
  • R v Morgan,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • June 5, 2023
    ...to legal errors that can taint a trial judge's assessment of credibility: R. v. Roth, 2020 BCCA 240 at para. 73; R. v. Pastro, 2021 BCCA 149 at para. 52. In assessing credibility, a trial judge is entitled to draw inferences that “flow logically and reasonably from established f......
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8 cases
  • R v D.B.,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • June 29, 2022
    ...also entitled, and in fact expected, to use logic and common sense in assessing the evidence (Adebogun at paras 24–25; R v Pastro, 2021 BCCA 149 at para 41, 71 CR (7th) 296 [Pastro]). It is an error of law, however, to draw inferences that do not flow logically and reasonably fr......
  • R. v. M.P.H.,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • June 21, 2022
    ...by the positions of the parties. Trial reasons are not to be finely parsed in search for error: G.F. at para. 69; R. v. Pastro, 2021 BCCA 149 at para. [35]       In reviewing trial reasons, it is critical to review the record. Even if the trial reasons do ......
  • R. v. Fay,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • April 13, 2023
    ...of credibility: R. v. D.C., 2012 SCC 48 at paras. 3, 25–28; R. v. Roth, 2020 BCCA 240 at para. 73; R. v. Pastro, 2021 BCCA 149 at para. 52. In assessing credibility, the trial judge is entitled to draw inferences that “flow logically and reasonably from establis......
  • R v Morgan,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • June 5, 2023
    ...to legal errors that can taint a trial judge's assessment of credibility: R. v. Roth, 2020 BCCA 240 at para. 73; R. v. Pastro, 2021 BCCA 149 at para. 52. In assessing credibility, a trial judge is entitled to draw inferences that “flow logically and reasonably from established f......
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