R. v. Raymond, (1985) 44 Sask.R. 163 (CA)
|Judge:||Bayda, C.J.S., Hall and Wakeling, JJ.A.|
|Court:||Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan|
|Case Date:||December 20, 1985|
|Citations:||(1985), 44 Sask.R. 163 (CA)|
R. v. Raymond (1985), 44 Sask.R. 163 (CA)
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R. v. Raymond
Indexed As: R. v. Raymond
Saskatchewan Court of Appeal
Bayda, C.J.S., Hall and Wakeling, JJ.A.
December 20, 1985.
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Criminal Law - Topic 5869
Sentence - False pretences - Raymond pleaded guilty to seven counts of false pretences - He passed worthless cheques - Lengthy criminal record of property offences - Adult male with supportive family - He was suffering from multiple sclerosis - The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal imposed a sentence of imprisonment of seven months plus probation on terms.
G. Lepp, for the Crown;
The appellant in person.
This appeal was heard by Bayda, C.J. S., Hall and Wakeling, JJ.A., of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal.
The decision of the Court of Appeal was delivered for the court by Bayda, C.J.S., at Regina, Saskatchewan, on December 20, 1985.
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