From Global News, June 24, 2014: http://globalnews.ca/news/1413884/appeal-court-upholds-sentence-in-aubrey-levin-sex-assault-case/:
Appeal court upholds sentence in Aubrey Levin sex assault case
In January 2013, Levin was convicted of sexually assaulting three men assigned to him as patients through the courts.
On Tuesday, the appeal court denied Levin’s request to have the five- year sentence reduced to two to three years.
Levin launched the appeal of his sentence after the appeal court rejected an appeal of his conviction in April 2013.
Levin had faced other charges but was found not guilty on two counts of sexual assault and a mistrial was declared on four other counts.
More details on the same by Kevin Martin in the Calgary Sun: http://www.calgarysun.com/2014/06/24/dr-aubrey-levins-five-year-sentence-upheld-by-alberta-court-of-appeal
Noting he committed an “egregious breach of trust” and abused his position of power over his patients, Alberta’s top court Tuesday upheld Dr. Aubrey Levin’s five-year sentence.
“We cannot say that the global sentence of imprisonment for five years is unreasonable,” Justice Carole Conrad said, in handing down the court’s unanimous ruling…….
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