Former Quebec decide convicted of killing spouse liberated forward of recent homicide trial

A former Quebec decide who was discovered responsible in 2012 of fatally capturing his spouse has been launched from jail forward of a brand new homicide trial.

Superior Courtroom Justice François Huot accepted the request to launch Jacques Delisle, 85, at this time on the Quebec Metropolis courthouse.

The choice comes after the federal Division of Justice introduced this week that Justice Minister David Lametti had ordered a brand new trial for the ex-judge, after concluding a miscarriage of justice doubtless occurred within the case.

The division mentioned the minister had reviewed proof that was not earlier than the courts on the time of Delisle’s trial or attraction.

Delisle was discovered responsible of first-degree homicide within the dying of his spouse, Marie Nicole Rainville, and was sentenced to life in jail with no probability of parole for 25 years. His attraction was dismissed in 2013, and the Supreme Courtroom of Canada refused to listen to his case.

The previous decide’s defence argued in courtroom at this time that the brand new proof reviewed by Lametti suggests Delisle might be harmless and that the dying of Rainville was a suicide.

Below Delisle’s bail situations, he should dwell at his Quebec Metropolis residence, he can’t have a firearm, receive a passport, go away the nation, or talk with sure people.  

His case is now being deferred till September. 

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