R. v. Watson, 2018 BCCA 329

JurisdictionBritish Columbia
CourtCourt of Appeal (British Columbia)
JudgeThe Honourable Madam Justice Bennett,The Honourable Madam Justice Fenlon,The Honourable Madam Justice Griffin
Citation2018 BCCA 329
Date27 August 2018
Docket NumberCA44063
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10 practice notes
  • R. v. R.J.H., 2020 BCSC 1070
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • 30 Junio 2020
    ...principles without any debate or question are those of denunciation and deterrence: see s. 718.01 of the Criminal Code; R. v. Watson, 2018 BCCA 329 at para. 23; R. v. Inksetter, 2018 ONCA 474 at para. 16. Rehabilitation, though important, is a secondary consideration, see R. v. Prince, 2018......
  • R. v. Hagen,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • 28 Mayo 2021
    ...with 18 months of probation. [71] However, there have also been higher sentences, such as the ones imposed in R.L.W. and R. v. Watson, 2018 BCCA 329. In R.L.W., the judge imposed an 18‑month consecutive term of imprisonment on an Indigenous offender for possessing child pornography. In Wats......
  • R. v. Bisson,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • 25 Junio 2020
    ...that viewers and collectors of child pornography are complicit in and even contribute to the sexual abuse of children: R. v. Watson, 2018 BCCA 329 at paras. 16 and 17; R. v. C.H., 2020 BCSC 323 at paras. 20 and [29]       In R. v. Alexander, 2019 BCCA......
  • R. v. X,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • 9 Septiembre 2022
    ...without any debate or question are those of denunciation and deterrence: see s. 718.01 of the Criminal Code; R. v. Watson, 2018 BCCA 329 at para. 23; R. v. Inksetter, 2018 ONCA 474 at para. 16. Rehabilitation, though important, is a secondary consideration, see R. v. Prince, ......
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10 cases
  • R. v. R.J.H., 2020 BCSC 1070
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • 30 Junio 2020
    ...principles without any debate or question are those of denunciation and deterrence: see s. 718.01 of the Criminal Code; R. v. Watson, 2018 BCCA 329 at para. 23; R. v. Inksetter, 2018 ONCA 474 at para. 16. Rehabilitation, though important, is a secondary consideration, see R. v. Prince, 2018......
  • R. v. Hagen,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • 28 Mayo 2021
    ...with 18 months of probation. [71] However, there have also been higher sentences, such as the ones imposed in R.L.W. and R. v. Watson, 2018 BCCA 329. In R.L.W., the judge imposed an 18‑month consecutive term of imprisonment on an Indigenous offender for possessing child pornography. In Wats......
  • R. v. Bisson,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • 25 Junio 2020
    ...that viewers and collectors of child pornography are complicit in and even contribute to the sexual abuse of children: R. v. Watson, 2018 BCCA 329 at paras. 16 and 17; R. v. C.H., 2020 BCSC 323 at paras. 20 and [29]       In R. v. Alexander, 2019 BCCA......
  • R. v. Swaby, 2018 BCCA 416
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • 9 Noviembre 2018
    ...this Court upheld a general range of between four months and two years for possession of child pornography offences. In R. v. Watson, 2018 BCCA 329, this Court said, at para. [25] Sentences imposed in cases of child pornography will vary significantly depending on the nature of the offence ......
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