R v Wolff, 2019 SKCA 103

JurisdictionSaskatchewan
JudgeWhitmore, Leurer and Kalmakoff JJ.A.
Citation2019 SKCA 103
Docket NumberCACR3176
CourtCourt of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
Date16 October 2019
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  • R v Stevenson,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • April 11, 2024
    ...criminal lifestyle, past dishonesty, or interest in the outcome of the trial, cannot be trusted to tell the truth” ( R v Wolff, 2019 SKCA 103 at para 57, 380 CCC (3d) 223 [ Wolff], citing Khela at para 32 In a judge-alone trial this means when the Crown's case relies on the testimony of a w......
  • NIEBERGAL v. QHR TECHNOLOGIES INC., 2020 SKQB 327
    • Canada
    • Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan (Canada)
    • December 9, 2020
    ...give reliable evidence. Yet, credibility is not a proxy for reliability. A credible witness may give unreliable evidence. See: R v Wolff, 2019 SKCA 103 at paras 38, 380 CCC (3d) 223 [Wolff]; and R v H.C., 2009 ONCA 56 at para 41, 241 CCC (3d) 45. [62]       ......
  • R v D.B.,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • June 29, 2022
    ...under s. 686(1)(a)(ii) of the Criminal Code opens (see, for example: R v Boyer, 2018 SKCA 6 at para 56, [2018] 6 WWR 322; R v Wolff, 2019 SKCA 103 at paras 40–44, 380 CCC (3d) 223; R v R.I.G., 2020 SKCA 26 at para 27; and R v Adebogun, 2021 SKCA 136 at para 22, [2022] 1 WWR 187 [Adeb......
  • R. v. Tatum, 2020 SKQB 61
    • Canada
    • Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan (Canada)
    • March 10, 2020
    ...a difficult and delicate matter that does not always lend itself to precise and complete verbalization”. See also: R v Wolff, 2019 SKCA 103 at paras 38-39, 380 CCC (3d) 223 [191]              Similarly, in R v......
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  • NIEBERGAL v. QHR TECHNOLOGIES INC., 2020 SKQB 327
    • Canada
    • Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan (Canada)
    • December 9, 2020
    ...give reliable evidence. Yet, credibility is not a proxy for reliability. A credible witness may give unreliable evidence. See: R v Wolff, 2019 SKCA 103 at paras 38, 380 CCC (3d) 223 [Wolff]; and R v H.C., 2009 ONCA 56 at para 41, 241 CCC (3d) 45. [62]       ......
  • R v D.B.,
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal (Saskatchewan)
    • June 29, 2022
    ...under s. 686(1)(a)(ii) of the Criminal Code opens (see, for example: R v Boyer, 2018 SKCA 6 at para 56, [2018] 6 WWR 322; R v Wolff, 2019 SKCA 103 at paras 40–44, 380 CCC (3d) 223; R v R.I.G., 2020 SKCA 26 at para 27; and R v Adebogun, 2021 SKCA 136 at para 22, [2022] 1 WWR 187 [Adeb......
  • R. v. Tatum, 2020 SKQB 61
    • Canada
    • Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan (Canada)
    • March 10, 2020
    ...a difficult and delicate matter that does not always lend itself to precise and complete verbalization”. See also: R v Wolff, 2019 SKCA 103 at paras 38-39, 380 CCC (3d) 223 [191]              Similarly, in R v......
  • R. v. Rouse, 2020 NSCA 8
    • Canada
    • Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • January 29, 2020
    ...(Re), [1998] 1 S.C.R. 27; R. v. Delorey, 2010 NSCA 65 quoting R. v. Peters, 2008 BCCA 446; R. v. Deviller, 2005 NSCA 71; R. v. Wolff, 2019 SKCA 103; R. v. Gill, 2019 ONCA 902 Summary: The appellant was convicted at trial of obtaining sexual services for consideration. He sought to have his ......
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