R. v. Racette, (1979) 6 Sask.R. 295 (CA)

Judge:Culliton, C.J.S., Woods and Bayda, JJ.A.
Court:Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan
Case Date:March 14, 1979
Jurisdiction:Saskatchewan
Citations:(1979), 6 Sask.R. 295 (CA)
 
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R. v. Racette (1979), 6 Sask.R. 295 (CA)

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R. v. Racette

(8165)

Indexed As: R. v. Racette

Saskatchewan Court of Appeal

Culliton, C.J.S., Woods and Bayda, JJ.A.

March 14, 1979.

Summary:

This case arose out of a conviction of break and enter with intent to commit an indictable offence contrary to s. 306(1)(a) of the Criminal Code. The trial decision is not reported in this series of reports. The accused appealed on the ground that the evidence at trial was not sufficient to justify conviction.

The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal.

Criminal Law - Topic 5851

Sentence - Break and enter with intent to commit an indictable offence - Adult male - The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal affirmed a sentence of one year imprisonment - See paragraph 2.

Statutes Noticed:

Criminal Code of Canada, R.S.C. 1970, c. C-34, sect. 306(1)(a) [para. 1].

Counsel:

Appellant in person;

Murray Brown, for the respondent.

This case was heard by CULLITON, C.J.S., WOODS and BAYDA, JJ.A., of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal.

On March 14, 1979, CULLITON, C.J.S., delivered the following judgment for the Court of Appeal.

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