R. v. Stang (C.B.), [2012] A.R. Uned. 758 (PC)

JudgeCummings, P.C.J.
Citation[2012] A.R. Uned. 758 (PC),[2012] A.R. Uned. 758,2012 ABPC 288
CourtProvincial Court of Alberta (Canada)
Subject MatterCRIMINAL LAW
Date19 October 2012
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4 practice notes
  • R. v. Vivian (A.R.), 2012 ABPC 331
    • Canada
    • Provincial Court of Alberta (Canada)
    • December 4, 2012
    ...No. 154 , R. v. Rickett , [2012] A.J. No.154 (Alta. Prov.Ct.); R. v. Gordon- Briezke , [2012] A.J. No. 864 (Alta. Prov. Ct.); R. v. Stang 2012 ABPC 288 (Alta. Prov. Ct.). Did the Officer Have Objective Reasonable Grounds to Believe That he was Using an ASD? [66] I prefer following the Gundy......
  • R v PMB,
    • Canada
    • Provincial Court of Alberta (Canada)
    • April 22, 2022
    ...includes both truthfulness and accuracy: . . . Leading Questions Used to Elicit Testimony [101]     In R v Stang, 2012 ABPC 288, my Learned Colleague, Cummings PCJ., canvassed the law relating to leading questions used to elicit testimony. [102]     A......
  • R v Oar, 2018 ABPC 245
    • Canada
    • Provincial Court of Alberta (Canada)
    • October 24, 2018
    ...and the conflicting case law, has been extensively explored and discussed in such decisions as R v Winters, 2011 ABPC 327, R v Stang, 2012 ABPC 288, and R v Miller, 2013 ABPC 7. I agree with the following approach: the court must be satisfied that the officer believed he was using an approv......
  • R v PMB,
    • Canada
    • Provincial Court of Alberta (Canada)
    • April 22, 2022
    ...includes both truthfulness and accuracy: . . . Leading Questions Used to Elicit Testimony [102]     In R v Stang, 2012 ABPC 288, my Learned Colleague, Cummings PCJ., canvassed the law relating to leading questions used to elicit testimony. [103]     A......
4 cases
  • R. v. Vivian (A.R.), 2012 ABPC 331
    • Canada
    • Provincial Court of Alberta (Canada)
    • December 4, 2012
    ...No. 154 , R. v. Rickett , [2012] A.J. No.154 (Alta. Prov.Ct.); R. v. Gordon- Briezke , [2012] A.J. No. 864 (Alta. Prov. Ct.); R. v. Stang 2012 ABPC 288 (Alta. Prov. Ct.). Did the Officer Have Objective Reasonable Grounds to Believe That he was Using an ASD? [66] I prefer following the Gundy......
  • R v PMB,
    • Canada
    • Provincial Court of Alberta (Canada)
    • April 22, 2022
    ...includes both truthfulness and accuracy: . . . Leading Questions Used to Elicit Testimony [101]     In R v Stang, 2012 ABPC 288, my Learned Colleague, Cummings PCJ., canvassed the law relating to leading questions used to elicit testimony. [102]     A......
  • R v Oar, 2018 ABPC 245
    • Canada
    • Provincial Court of Alberta (Canada)
    • October 24, 2018
    ...and the conflicting case law, has been extensively explored and discussed in such decisions as R v Winters, 2011 ABPC 327, R v Stang, 2012 ABPC 288, and R v Miller, 2013 ABPC 7. I agree with the following approach: the court must be satisfied that the officer believed he was using an approv......
  • R v PMB,
    • Canada
    • Provincial Court of Alberta (Canada)
    • April 22, 2022
    ...includes both truthfulness and accuracy: . . . Leading Questions Used to Elicit Testimony [102]     In R v Stang, 2012 ABPC 288, my Learned Colleague, Cummings PCJ., canvassed the law relating to leading questions used to elicit testimony. [103]     A......

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