Docket

30199

Philip Neil Wiles v. Her Majesty the Queen

(Nova Scotia) (Criminal) (By Leave)

Judgments on applications for leave to appeal are rendered by the Court, but are not necessarily unanimous.

Proceedings
Date Proceeding Filed By
(if applicable)
2006-01-16 Appeal closed
2005-12-22 Written reasons rendered after oral judgment, CJ Ma Ba Bi LeB De F Abe Cha
Dismissed
2005-10-24 Transcript received, (27 pages)
2005-10-12 Formal judgment sent to the registrar of the court of appeal and all parties
2005-10-12 Judgment on appeal and notice of deposit of judgment sent to all parties
2005-10-11 Judgment on the appeal rendered, CJ Ma Ba Bi LeB De F Abe Cha, The appeal from the judgment of the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal, Number CAC 200952/200951, 2004 NSCA 3, dated January 8, 2004, was heard this day and the following judgment was rendered:
The Chief Justice (orally) – The appeal is dismissed. Reasons to follow.
Dismissed
2005-10-11 Judgment reserved OR rendered with reasons to follow
2005-10-11 Hearing of the appeal, 2005-10-11, CJ Ma Ba Bi LeB De F Abe Cha
Judgment rendered
2005-10-11 Acknowledgement and consent for video taping of proceedings, from all parties.
2005-10-11 Respondent's condensed book, 14 copies of judgment submitted in Court. Her Majesty the Queen
2005-10-07 Appellant's condensed book, 14 copies submitted in Court. Philip Neil Wiles
2005-09-28 Notice of appearance, Philip J. Star, Q.C. will be present at the hearing. (revised recvd Oct 5/05) - Gregory Barro will also attend. Philip Neil Wiles
2005-09-27 Notice of appearance, David Finley and Pam Goode will be present at the hearing. Attorney General of Ontario
2005-09-27 Notice of appearance, Kenneth J. Yule, Q.C. and David Schermbrucker will be present at the hearing. Her Majesty the Queen
2005-08-15 Notice of hearing sent to parties
2005-08-11 Appeal hearing scheduled, 2005-10-11, (Previously June 16, Oct. 20/05)
Judgment rendered
2005-06-22 Order on motion to extend time
2005-06-22 Decision on motion to extend time, to serve and file the intervener, Attorney General of Ontario, book of authorities to June 17/05, Reg
Granted
2005-06-22 Submission of motion to extend time, Reg
2005-06-21 Response to motion to extend time, (Letter Form), from Kenneth J. Yule, Q.C. dated June 21/05, Completed on: 2005-06-21 Her Majesty the Queen
2005-06-21 Response to motion to extend time, (Letter Form), from Jeffrey W. Beedell dated June 21/05, Completed on: 2005-06-21 Philip Neil Wiles
2005-06-17 Motion to extend time, to file the intervener's book of authorities to June 17/05, Completed on: 2005-06-17 Attorney General of Ontario
2005-06-17 Book of authorities, Completed on: 2005-06-17 Attorney General of Ontario
2005-06-10 Intervener's factum - AG on constitutional question, CD rec'd Aug. 25/05, Completed on: 2005-06-10 Attorney General of Ontario
2005-05-02 Respondent's book of authorities, (Vol. I and II), Completed on: 2005-05-02 Her Majesty the Queen
2005-05-02 Respondent's factum, CD rec'd Aug. 25/05, Completed on: 2005-05-02 Her Majesty the Queen
2005-05-02 Appeal perfected for hearing
2005-03-07 Appellant's book of authorities, Completed on: 2005-03-08 Philip Neil Wiles
2005-03-07 Appellant's record, Completed on: 2005-03-08 Philip Neil Wiles
2005-03-07 Appellant's factum, CD ROM rec'd Aug. 3/05, Completed on: 2005-03-08 Philip Neil Wiles
2005-01-21 Notice of intervention respecting a constitutional question Attorney General of Ontario
2004-12-24 Notice of constitutional question(s) Philip Neil Wiles
2004-12-14 Order on motion to state a constitutional question, (BY THE CHIEF JUSTICE)
2004-12-14 Decision on the motion to state a constitutional question, CJ, 1. Does s. 109(1)(c) of the Criminal Code, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-46, when applied in relation to an offence under s. 7 of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, S.C. 1996, c. 19, infringe s. 12 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
2. If so, is the infringement a reasonable limit prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society under s. 1 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
Granted
2004-12-09 Submission of motion to state a constitutional question, CJ
2004-11-23 Correspondence received from, Jeffrey W. Beedell dated Nov. 23/04 re: in agreement with Mr. Yule's letter of Nov. 16/04 Philip Neil Wiles
2004-11-16 Response to the motion to state a constitutional question, (Letter Form), from Kenneth J. Yule, Q.C. dated 11/16/04, Completed on: 2004-11-16 Her Majesty the Queen
2004-10-29 Motion to state a constitutional question, Completed on: 2004-11-02 Philip Neil Wiles
2004-10-29 Notice of appeal, Completed on: 2004-10-29 Philip Neil Wiles
2004-10-22 Letter advising the parties of tentative hearing date and filing deadlines (Leave granted)
2004-10-08 Judgment on leave sent to the parties
2004-10-07 Judgment of the Court on the application for leave to appeal, The application for leave to appeal from the judgment of the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal, Number CAC 200952/200951, dated January 8, 2004, is granted.
Granted
2004-06-28 All materials on application for leave submitted to the Judges, Ma Bi F
2004-04-08 Applicant's reply to respondent's argument, Completed on: 2004-04-21 Philip Neil Wiles
2004-04-06 Respondent's response on the application for leave to appeal, Completed on: 2004-04-06 Her Majesty the Queen
2004-03-10 Letter acknowledging receipt of an incomplete application for leave to appeal
2004-03-08 Application for leave to appeal, (proof of service rec'd March 18, 04), Completed on: 2004-03-24 Philip Neil Wiles