R. v. Warner, (1974) 7 Nfld. & P.E.I.R. 79 (NFCA)

JudgeMifflin and Noel, JJ.
CourtNewfoundland Court of Appeal
Case DateOctober 28, 1974
JurisdictionNewfoundland and Labrador
Citations(1974), 7 Nfld. & P.E.I.R. 79 (NFCA)

R. v. Warner (1974), 7 Nfld. & P.E.I.R. 79 (NFCA);

    3 A.P.R. 79

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R. v. Warner

Indexed As: R. v. Warner

Newfoundland Court of Appeal

Mifflin and Noel, JJ.

November 8, 1974.


This headnote contains no summary.

Criminal Law - Topic 5833

Sentencing - Deterrence - The Newfoundland Court of Appeal stated that "one clear purpose of sentencing is to maintain the standard of behaviour necessary for the public welfare" - See paragraph 6.

Criminal Law - Topic 5859

Sentence - Charge of fraud - Adult male bank manager defrauded the Royal Bank of Canada of $10,815.00 - The Newfoundland Court of Appeal substituted a sentence of imprisonment of 12 months in place of a sentence of 5 days' imprisonment and a fine of $300.00.


John Byrne, for the appellant;

Robert Wells, for the respondent.

This appeal was heard by MIFFLIN, J., and NOEL, J., at St. John's, Newfoundland on October 28, 1974. Judgment was delivered by the Newfoundland Court of Appeal on November 8, 1974 and the following opinions were filed:

NOEL, J., - see paragraphs 1 to 8,

MIFFLIN, J., - see paragraphs 9 to 16.

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