Wimmer J., dismissed Robert Latimer’s plea to disregard evidence collected on November 4th, of the previous year.
Wimmer J., once again asked to reconsider previous decision which he again stood by.
Robert Latimer convicted of second degree murder without eligibility of parole for 10 years.
Information appears that the RCMP might have interfered with potential jurors, on Crown orders, by asking them about their beliefs on religion, abortion and mercy killing.
A Saskatchewan court judge exempts Latimer from the minimum sentence, instead imposing one year in jail and one served in the community.
The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal sets aside the exemption and reinstates a mandatory life sentence.
The Supreme Court upholds Latimer’s life sentence, with no chance of parole for 10 years. Latimer reports to prison.
The parole board’s appeals division reverses previous decision, ordering him released on day parole.