Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Reasonable inferences are not necessarily likely or probable inferences

R. v. Dwyer, 2013 ONCA 368 holds:

[4]          Reasonable inferences are not necessarily likely or probable inferences. The inference that is most favourable to the Crown must be drawn at the preliminary inquiry stage. Difficult inferences to draw may still nonetheless be reasonable.


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