Supreme Court of Canada

Not clear whether trial judge erred in law in understanding or application of defence of automatism

Criminal Law - Defences - Intoxication

Accused requested trial in French, Supreme Court found review premature

There was “hierarchy” or “order of operations” of statutes, appeal allowed

Being mere conduit and victim of fraud did not transform companies into participants in dishonest br

Business associations | Powers, rights and liabilities | Liability of corporations

Act of dragging complainant while asleep and drugged was inconsistent with any sort of consent

Supreme court | Criminal Law | Appeals | Appeal from conviction or acquittal

Majority erred by making finding of fact that trial judge declined to make

Supreme court | Criminal Law | Offences against the person and reputation | Murder

Failure to attend trial was not presumptively after-fact conduct

Supreme court | Criminal Law | Appeals | Appeal from conviction or acquittal