Parties to an Offence (Cases)

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Case Digests

See also: Parties to an Offence
Case Name Summary
R v Iyanam,
2013 ONSC 1091 (CanLII)
accused aiding home invasion robbery and confinement by encouraging flight and watching for police see para 22
R v Briscoe,
2012 ABQB 239 (CanLII)
accused not party to a murder
R v Opio,
2011 ABPC 392 (CanLII)
guilty as party to trafficking
R v Mohamed,
2011 ABCA 350 (CanLII)
convicted as driver; D argued that he was not aware of what was going on
R v Crowchild,
2011 ABPC 299 (CanLII)
guilty aggravated assault; not guilty robbery
R v Laurencelle,
1999 BCCA 511 (CanLII)
R v McMaster,
[1996] 1 SCR 740, 1996 CanLII 234 (SCC)
guilty
R v Briscoe,
2012 ABQB 239 (CanLII)
accused not party to a murder
R v Opio,
2011 ABPC 392 (CanLII)
guilty as party to trafficking
R v Mohamed,
2011 ABCA 350 (CanLII)
convicted as driver; D argued that he was not aware of what was going on
R v Crowchild,
2011 ABPC 299 (CanLII)
guilty aggravated assault; not guilty robbery
R v Laurencelle,
1999 BCCA 511 (CanLII)
R v McMaster,
[1996] 1 SCR 740, 1996 CanLII 234 (SCC)
guilty
R v Thatcher
[1987] 1 SCR 652, 1987 CanLII 53 (SCC)
guilty
R v Sparrow
(1979) 51 CCC (2d) 443, 12 C.R. (3d) 158 (Ont. C.A.)(*no CanLII links)
guilty
R v Dunlpp and Sylvester,
[1979] 2 SCR 881, 1979 CanLII 20 (SCC)