Sunday, January 26, 2014

Jacques Delisle: Retired Quebec judge convicted of murdering his wife; His lawyer claims that a correct analysis of the ballistics evidence would have clearly established "that the murder was scientifically impossible and suicide is the only answer." The Montreal Gazette;

STORY: "Lawyer wants federal justice minister to get involved in case of convicted judge," by Canadian Press reporter Stephanie Marin, published by the  Montreal Gazette  on January 9, 2014.

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Wikipedia entry:  "Jacques Delisle (born 1935, Montreal, Canada)[1] is a Canadian judge who sat on the Quebec Superior Court from 1985 to 1992, and on the Quebec Court of Appeal from 1992 until his retirement in 2009.[2] In June 2010, he was arrested and charged with murder, in connection with the November 2009 death of his wife Marie-Nicole Rainville.[3] Delisle is the first judge in Canadian history to be charged with murder.[4] His trial began in May 2012;[5] it had been scheduled to begin in 2011, but was delayed after one of the prosecutors withdrew.[6] On June 14, 2012, Delisle was found guilty of first-degree murder for killing his wife.[7] He subsequently appealed his conviction;[8] in May 2013, the Quebec Court of Appeals declined to hear his case,[9] and in December 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada likewise declined to hear his case.[10]""


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