SELECTED CASE LAW
NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR:
In 2017 NLTD(G) 62, the trial judge recognized that a video camera that could transmit live images to the accused’s phone was hidden in the TV set of the complainant, but held there was no evidence that a recording was viewed by Mr. B, and therefore acquitted him. The camera was in place for 5 months. Mr. B initially said he installed the camera to watch a sick cat, but the cat was already dead. On appeal the appellant judge ordered a new trial because there was evidence that Mr. B observed the victim.
Also see: 2016 NLPC 0115A00297 (Trial)
Criminal Offence(s): Voyeurism