Does a notice of appeal after the disposition of a case has been announced do not prevent an appellate court from considering the subsequently released reasons?

Alberta, Canada


The following excerpt is from R. v. Teskey, 2006 ABCA 191 (CanLII):

First, the mere filing of a notice of appeal after the disposition of a case has been announced does not prevent an appellate court from considering subsequently released reasons: Crocker v. Sipus at para. 5. Otherwise, the “immediate launching of an appeal would be a virtual guarantee of obtaining a new trial”: para. 7.

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