R v Penton
Response or Comment
Criminal Law, Canada, Sexual Offences, Public Morals, Disorderly Conduct, Causing Disturbance
There is room to question the conclusion in this case that the accused could not be convicted of attempting to cause a disturbance. The basis for that conclusion is that the accused could not reasonably have foreseen the result, but it is not clear that that reasoning should suceed.
Stephen Coughlan, "R v Penton", Case Comment, (2020) 64 CR (7th) 411.