Criminal Appeal Rules (SI/93-169)

Regulations are current to 2017-09-27

FORM B

NOTICE OF APPEAL OR APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO APPEAL
COURT OF APPEAL FOR ONTARIO
BETWEEN:
HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN
Respondent
and
A. B
Appellant
NOTICE OF APPEAL
PARTICULARS OF CONVICTION
1. Place of conviction1
2. Name of judge
3. Offence(s)2 of which accused convicted
4. Section(s) of Criminal Code under which accused convicted
5. Plea at trial
6. Length of trial
7. Sentence imposed
8. Date of conviction
9. Date of sentence
10. If accused in custody, place of incarceration
The appellant, (use applicable provisions)
  • (a) appeals against his or her conviction upon grounds involving a question of law alone;

  • (b) applies for leave to appeal his or her conviction upon grounds involving a question of fact alone or a question of mixed law and fact, and if leave be granted hereby appeals against the conviction; or

  • (c) applies for leave to appeal against sentence, and if leave be granted hereby appeals against the sentence.

The grounds for appeal are
The relief sought is
The appellant’s address for service is
The appellant’s address3 is
Dated this day of 19
(Name, address and telephone number of appellant’s solicitor or, where none, the appellant)
To: The Registrar
Numbered notes set out below refer to corresponding numbers on notice.
  • Where the appeal is from the summary conviction appeal court, in addition to the matters specified in paragraphs 1 to 10 the Notice of Appeal must also specify the name of the judge of the appeal court, the date of the judgment of the appeal court and the result of the summary conviction Appeal.
  • The Notice of Appeal must refer to all offences under appeal.
  • These rules provide for service upon the appellant of certain material at the address provided in the Notice of Appeal. If the appellant changes address then the appellant must notify the Registrar.
 
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