SELECTED CASE LAW
In 2010 BCSC 779, Mr. L appealed his conviction of uttering threats and making harassing phone calls, arguing his personal and health conditions impacted his defence and that the judge displayed bias, among other things. Mr. L had called the complainants and said he would be coming after them in the “dead of night” at a time of his choosing. The threats were directed at Mr. V and Ms. V. He was sentenced to a conditional discharge and 9 months’ probation.
His appeal was dismissed.
Also see 2010 BCSC 397 (Post trial procedure)
Criminal Offence(s): Harassing Communications