R. v. Wheatley (D.), 2016 BCCA 397

JurisdictionBritish Columbia
CourtCourt of Appeal (British Columbia)
JudgeSaunders, Groberman and Willcock, JJ.A.
Citation2016 BCCA 397
Subject MatterCRIMINAL LAW
Date29 September 2016
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3 practice notes
  • R v Burnouf,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • February 8, 2023
    ...Both rehabilitation and the protection of the public are primary considerations when sentencing for a breach of an LTSO: R v Wheatley, 2016 BCCA 397 at para 12. 14 Looking first at the gravity of the offence, I note that the maximum penalty for this offence is 10 years of imprisonment: s. 7......
  • R v Burnouf,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • January 1, 2023
    ...Both rehabilitation and the protection of the public are primary considerations when sentencing for a breach of an LTSO: R v Wheatley, 2016 BCCA 397 at para 12. [14]           Looking first at the gravity of the offence, I note that the......
  • R. v. Blaney, 2018 BCSC 2401
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • November 22, 2018
    ...was appropriate. He found the judge's decision to credit Mr. Wilson at a rate of 1.5:1 was a proper compromise. [103] In R. v. Wheatley, 2016 BCCA 397, the appellant was an Aboriginal offender. He appealed his sentence of 18 months' imprisonment for breaching the residency requirement of a ......
3 cases
  • R v Burnouf,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • February 8, 2023
    ...Both rehabilitation and the protection of the public are primary considerations when sentencing for a breach of an LTSO: R v Wheatley, 2016 BCCA 397 at para 12. 14 Looking first at the gravity of the offence, I note that the maximum penalty for this offence is 10 years of imprisonment: s. 7......
  • R v Burnouf,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • January 1, 2023
    ...Both rehabilitation and the protection of the public are primary considerations when sentencing for a breach of an LTSO: R v Wheatley, 2016 BCCA 397 at para 12. [14]           Looking first at the gravity of the offence, I note that the......
  • R. v. Blaney, 2018 BCSC 2401
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • November 22, 2018
    ...was appropriate. He found the judge's decision to credit Mr. Wilson at a rate of 1.5:1 was a proper compromise. [103] In R. v. Wheatley, 2016 BCCA 397, the appellant was an Aboriginal offender. He appealed his sentence of 18 months' imprisonment for breaching the residency requirement of a ......

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