Voyeurism (Sentencing Cases)

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Ranges

Case Name Sentence Summary
R v Truong,
2013 ABCA 373 (CanLII)
4 months (voyeurism)
12 months (global)
Offender pleaded guilty to voyeurism in addition to other offences. The recording captured a sexual assault. The sex assault was not considered an aggravating factor.
R v Bosomworth,
2014 BCPC 311 (CanLII)
Suspended The offender pleaded guilty to voyeurism. He was found to be surreptitiously recording persons in the restroom of a small restaurant that he owned. The defense sought a discharge.
R v Dekker,
2014 ABPC 61 (CanLII)
9 months CSO The offender pleaded guilty to voyeurism. He filmed people in four public washrooms and his home washroom. He captured 80 people, including men, women and children. There were 77 video clips for a total of 251 minutes of footage. He had a positive PSR and was considered "low risk".
R v Schledermann,
2014 ONSC 674 (CanLII)
4 years (each count) The offender pleaded guilty to child pornography offences and voyeurism. He had 22,000+ images and 580+ videos of child pornography. Some pictures were of his step-grand daughter. The offender had 2 years, 4 months and 17 days on remand. He was 71 years old.
R v Berry,
2014 BCSC 284 (CanLII)
9 months The offender was convicted of sexual assault and two counts of voyeurism.
R v Keough,
2011 ABQB 312 (CanLII)
9 months (voyeurism)
3 months (copying)
Offender recorded sexual activity between 18 year old couple without consent.
R v Brandt,
2013 MBPC 39 (CanLII)
18 months CSO The offender pleaded guilty to voyeurism. He was obsessed with victim and spied on her at work including while she was in the shower. He video taped her twice while showering. The videos were discovered by his wife. He was 41 years old and married. He had no criminal record.
R v M.S.A.,
2013 ABPC 66 (CanLII)
R v Rocha,
2012 ABPC 24 (CanLII)
Suspended Offender was fueler for airplanes at an airport. He took pictures up the skirt of a female passenger while she was standing at the baggage carousel.
R v D., M.D.,
2011 NWTTC 20 (CanLII)
3 years
R c G.C.,
2011 QCCQ 13551 (CanLII)
55 months and 23 days Offender set up camera to film school yard as well as washroom. Also found to be making videos of him sexually abusing his grand-daughter whom he was babysitting. Offender was 72 years old. Also made 161 Order for 20 years.
R c Gagné,
2011 QCCQ 6888 (CanLII)
3 years (voyeurism)
40 months (global)
Offender put a hidden camera in a public washroom. Sold video on the internet of young girl urinating. Was also found in possession of child pornography.
R v Desilva
2011 ONCJ 133 (CanLII)
7 months + P offender made videos of sexual activity between him and partner without consent. Offender posted videos on facebook, and sent links of video to friends. convicted at trial of voyeurism and criminal harassment. Prior record with violence.
R v F.G.
2011 308 Nfld & P.E.I.R. 59
3 month CSO + 3 yr probation secretly installed a video camera in 17 year old daughter’s bedroom, huge violation of privacy, recorded full frontal nudity, breach of trust, no record
R v Mahabir,
2010 ONCJ 347 (CanLII)
suspended
R v J.H.N.
2010 BCPC 155 (CanLII)
S/S attended residence of two teenage girls repeatedly and watched them undress multiple times. No record, positive psych report
R v S.M.
2010 ONCJ 347 (CanLII)
S/S + 18 mo The offender secretly videotaped consensual explicit sexual activity at a hotel room of ex-girlfriend. Hewas mature, well‑educated and successful. He had no prior criminal record. Offence required planning.
R v Laskaris
2008 BCPC 130 (CanLII)
discharge invasion of privacy, offender was dentist who places cameras in women’s washroom to monitor for theft from office, was in position of trust, no record.
R v Grice
2008 ONCJ 476 (CanLII)
S/S offender video taped estranged wife showering through the bathroom window. guilty plea, no prior record.
R v Weinheimer
2007 ABPC 349 (CanLII)
S/S offender secretly photographed 15 men in washroom at his work. Images were stored on computer with details on personal information. No evidence of distribution, positive psych report.