R. v. T., January 2022 – BCSC

Facts – T. was charged with second-degree murder and robbery with a firearm of P. At trial, T. admitted the robbery, and admitted causing the death of T. (manslaughter), but denied he intended to kill him or he intended a dangerous act in which death was a substantial likelihood. The sole issue at trial was whether T. was guilty of second-degree murder or manslaughter.

Result – T. was acquitted (found not guilty) of murder, but convicted of robbery with a firearm and manslaughter.

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