Escape from Lawful Custody (Sentencing Cases)

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Case Digests

Case Name Sentence Summary
R v Schooner,
2013 BCCA 40 (CanLII)
1 year The offender plead guilty to being unlawfully at large.
R v Jackson,
2010 BCCA 330 (CanLII), 289 B.C.A.C. 157
3 months (at large) The offender was convicted of resisting arrest and escaping custody.
R v Gartner,
2010 BCCA 600 (CanLII)
30 days The offender was convicted of being unlawfully at large in violation of her intermittent sentence over two days. She had a record of prior breaches.
R v Addley,
2008 BCCA 460 (CanLII)
30 months The offender was convicted of prison break. He was 27 years old with a long criminal record, including 18 offences for non-compliance with the justice system.
R v Abraham,
2008 MBPC 14 (CanLII)
1 year While at large he committed 15 armed robberies.
R v Beals,
2000 NSCA 43 (CanLII)
18 months
R v Pelly
(1996), 113 Man. R. (2d) 209
9 months The offender was convicted of prison break.
R v Mcleod,
1994 CanLII 4647 (SK CA)
8 months
R v Downey,
1993 CanLII 3150 (NS CA)
12 months
R v Kelly,
[1983] B.C.J. No. 692
1 year The offender was convicted for running away from a peace officer who had lawfully arrestsed him. He had a long record of similar offences.
R v Shackleton,
[1978] B.C.J. No. 199
2 months The offender was unlawfully at large from jail.
R v Hodson,
[1978] B.C.J. No. 196
9 months The offender was convicted of being unlawfully at large. He had a prior related record.