R v Wolfe,

JurisdictionSaskatchewan
JudgeCaldwell, Schwann and Kalmakoff JJ.A.
Neutral Citation2021 SKCA 39
Docket NumberCACR3236
Citation2021 SKCA 39
Date16 March 2021
CourtCourt of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
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6 practice notes
  • R. v. MacKinnon,
    • Canada
    • Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • 28 Octubre 2021
    ...38-67.  The interpretation of the 2015 amendment is also discussed in the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal decision of R. v. Wolfe, 2021 SKCA 39 at paras. 130-141.  On the record in this case, the effect of the 2015 amendments is not controversial. [787]     I will......
  • R v Clark,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • 17 Marzo 2022
    ...These principles are well summarized by Kalmakoff J.A., in the context of an appeal from a guilty verdict by a jury in R v Wolfe, 2021 SKCA 39, 404 CCC (3d) 141: [107] Under s. 686(1)(a)(i) of the Criminal Code, a court of appeal may set aside a guilty verdict where the verdict is unre......
  • R v Taylor,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • 26 Abril 2023
    ...is to assess the evidence to determine whether, considered as a whole, it was reasonably capable of supporting the verdict: see R v Wolfe, 2021 SKCA 39 at para 107, leave to appeal to SCC requested, R v Hotomani (Docket 39670). Or, as framed in Learning, the question for an appellate c......
  • R v Taylor,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • 26 Abril 2023
    ...is to assess the evidence to determine whether, considered as a whole, it was reasonably capable of supporting the verdict: see R v Wolfe, 2021 SKCA 39 at para 107, leave to appeal to SCC requested, R v Hotomani (Docket 39670). Or, as framed in Learning, the question for an appellate court ......
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6 cases
  • R. v. MacKinnon,
    • Canada
    • Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (Canada)
    • 28 Octubre 2021
    ...38-67.  The interpretation of the 2015 amendment is also discussed in the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal decision of R. v. Wolfe, 2021 SKCA 39 at paras. 130-141.  On the record in this case, the effect of the 2015 amendments is not controversial. [787]     I will......
  • R v Clark,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • 17 Marzo 2022
    ...These principles are well summarized by Kalmakoff J.A., in the context of an appeal from a guilty verdict by a jury in R v Wolfe, 2021 SKCA 39, 404 CCC (3d) 141: [107] Under s. 686(1)(a)(i) of the Criminal Code, a court of appeal may set aside a guilty verdict where the verdict is unre......
  • R v Taylor,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • 26 Abril 2023
    ...is to assess the evidence to determine whether, considered as a whole, it was reasonably capable of supporting the verdict: see R v Wolfe, 2021 SKCA 39 at para 107, leave to appeal to SCC requested, R v Hotomani (Docket 39670). Or, as framed in Learning, the question for an appellate c......
  • R v Taylor,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • 26 Abril 2023
    ...is to assess the evidence to determine whether, considered as a whole, it was reasonably capable of supporting the verdict: see R v Wolfe, 2021 SKCA 39 at para 107, leave to appeal to SCC requested, R v Hotomani (Docket 39670). Or, as framed in Learning, the question for an appellate court ......
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