R v McLellan, [1989] NSJ No 353 (NSCA)

This was an appeal that was allowed against a conviction for maiming cattle. The decision was on the ground that the verdict was not sustainable on the evidence.

The appellant was convicted on a charge of maiming cattle contrary to s. 400(a) of the Criminal Code. The appeal was allowed and the conviction was set aside, acquitting the appellant.

Source: Case Law

Jurisdiction: Manitoba

Topics: AcquitAllowedappealcattleCriminal Codeevidencemaim

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