R. v. S.H., 2019 ONCA 669

JurisdictionOntario
JudgeSimmons, Tulloch and Brown JJ.A.
Citation2019 ONCA 669
Date03 September 2019
CourtCourt of Appeal (Ontario)
Docket NumberC64876
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12 practice notes
  • Ontario Court Of Appeal Summaries (September 3 – 6 2019)
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • September 11, 2019
    ...Offences, Appeals, Leave to Appeal, Sentencing, Provincial Offences Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. P.33, s. 131(2) R. v. S.H. (Publication Ban), 2019 ONCA 669 Keywords: Criminal Law, Evidence, Admissibility, Cell Phones, Opinion Evidence, Rule in Browne v Dunn, Canada Evidence Act, s. 31.1, 31.2, 31.......
  • R. v. Martin,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Newfoundland)
    • January 4, 2021
    ...The presumption in section 31.3(a) was considered by the Ontario Court of Appeal in R. v. S.H., 2019 ONCA 669, aff’d 2020 SCC 3.  In S.H., data extracted from a cell phone, including text messages, was in the possession of the Crown but the witness who used the cell phone was no......
  • R. v. Rashid,
    • Canada
    • Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • May 11, 2021
    ...circumstantial evidence, some of which rely on statutory presumptions available in the absence of evidence to the contrary: R. v. S.H., 2019 ONCA 669, 377 C.C.C. (3d) 335, affirmed on other grounds [2020] S.C.J. No. [48]        However, merely meeting thes......
  • 2023 ABPC 39,
    • Canada
    • January 1, 2023
    ...evidence. Authentication 27 The following propositions are summarized from recent provincial appellate cases. Two of these, R v S.H. 2019 ONCA 669, and R v Langan 2019 BCCA 467, were the subject brief endorsements from the Supreme Court of Canada, upholding the majority and dissenting opini......
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11 cases
  • R. v. Martin,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Newfoundland)
    • January 4, 2021
    ...The presumption in section 31.3(a) was considered by the Ontario Court of Appeal in R. v. S.H., 2019 ONCA 669, aff’d 2020 SCC 3.  In S.H., data extracted from a cell phone, including text messages, was in the possession of the Crown but the witness who used the cell phone was no......
  • R. v. Rashid,
    • Canada
    • Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • May 11, 2021
    ...circumstantial evidence, some of which rely on statutory presumptions available in the absence of evidence to the contrary: R. v. S.H., 2019 ONCA 669, 377 C.C.C. (3d) 335, affirmed on other grounds [2020] S.C.J. No. [48]        However, merely meeting thes......
  • 2023 ABPC 39,
    • Canada
    • January 1, 2023
    ...evidence. Authentication 27 The following propositions are summarized from recent provincial appellate cases. Two of these, R v S.H. 2019 ONCA 669, and R v Langan 2019 BCCA 467, were the subject brief endorsements from the Supreme Court of Canada, upholding the majority and dissenting opini......
  • R v Ahmet,
    • Canada
    • Provincial Court of Alberta (Canada)
    • February 14, 2023
    ...The following propositions are summarized from recent provincial appellate cases. Two of these, R v S.H. 2019 ONCA 669, and R v Langan 2019 BCCA 467, were the subject brief endorsements from the Supreme Court of Canada, upholding the majority and dissenting opinions of the courts below a.&#......
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1 firm's commentaries
  • Ontario Court Of Appeal Summaries (September 3 – 6 2019)
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • September 11, 2019
    ...Offences, Appeals, Leave to Appeal, Sentencing, Provincial Offences Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. P.33, s. 131(2) R. v. S.H. (Publication Ban), 2019 ONCA 669 Keywords: Criminal Law, Evidence, Admissibility, Cell Phones, Opinion Evidence, Rule in Browne v Dunn, Canada Evidence Act, s. 31.1, 31.2, 31.......

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