Criminal sentencing principles in fraud cases: fine in lieu of forfeiture

On September 13, 2016, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in a case concerning the accounting manager of Dayco Canada Corporation: Nick Angelis. The decision provides clarity for fraud victims who hope to obtain a recovery through the criminal justice system’s forfeiture of proceeds of crime provisions. The trial judge imposed a sentence that included a term of imprisonment of four years and three months, which he reduced to three years after deducting … Continue reading Criminal sentencing principles in fraud cases: fine in lieu of forfeiture