Flight from a Peace Officer (Sentencing Cases)

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Case Digests

Case Name Sentence Summary
R v Bridgman,
2016 ABCA 415 (CanLII)
6 months (dangerous)
15 months (flight)
R v Bonneteau,
2016 MBCA 72 (CanLII)
24 months (flight)
24 months (dangerous)
18 months (theft under)
1 month (Assault PO)
18 months (assault, weapon)
The offender plead guilty to the offence(s) of theft under $5,000, assault peace officer, breach of recog, flight from a peace officer, dangerous driving, and assault with a weapon.
R v Chaaban,
2011 ABPC 310 (CanLII)
8 months CSO
R v Johnston,
2004 ONCJ 111 (CanLII)
R v Pellizzon,
2003 ABCA 347 (CanLII)
R v McLeod,
2003 YKSC 70 (CanLII)
R v Tabor,
2004 BCCA 191 (CanLII)
R v Joyea,
2004 SKCA 17 (CanLII)
R v Nowlin,
2004 MBCA 44 (CanLII)
R c Major,
2003 CanLII 19300 (QC CQ)
18 months (flight)
3 years (assault PO)
18 months (obstruct)
Offender was impaired and engaged in a street race, intentionally hitting another car. Police chase him, he threatened police with an axe and strangled officer causing harm. 5 year driving prohibition
R v Sturge, 2001 CanLII 8601 (ON CA) 18 months (flight)
6 years (global)
Offender committed 7 robberies on a spree and was pursued by police in a stolen car. He struck and injured a police officer in process.