R. v. G., April 2021 – BCSC

Facts – G. was charged with possessing a .357 Magnum revolver and ammunition. The gun and ammo were found in a car with one of G.’s fingerprints on both a box of ammunition and the .357 Magnum. The fingerprint expert testified G.’s fingerprints were the fingerprints found on the gun but could not say when the fingerprints were put there.

Result – The court found there were other inferences other than G. having possession of the firearm, so G. was found not guilty of all charges (acquitted).

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