A mother accused of sexual gestures on her daughter

A Magog woman accused of sexual acts against her daughter can not invoke section 16 of the Criminal Code to be found not criminally responsible for the actions she is alleged to have committed.

E daughter was back in court Wednesday to Sherbrooke courthouse for further proceedings in which he is accused of sexual assault and sexual interference between January 2001 and December 2005.

Her lawyer, Jean Leblanc, explained to Justice Hélène Fabi of the Court of Quebec that he will not be able to plead the accused’s non-criminal responsibility for mental disorders in the light of the psychiatric report prepared by the forensic psychiatrist Dr. Martine Bérubé. This folder.

“The report does not end with an article 16, but it can explain the state of the situation,” says Leblanc.

The accused first appeared in December 2016 in this case. It can not be identified to not identify the victim.

This mother would have benefited from the baths she gave to her daughter to satisfy his low instincts. The father of the child was absent during the gestures that the mother is accused of having committed.

She allegedly touched her daughter’s genitals over a period of four years.

The actions of the mother allegedly occurred in 2003, when her daughter was between 4 and 8 years old.

The child was removed from his young family.

The victim made a statement to the investigators of the Memphrémagog Police when she was 18 years old. Various prohibited contacts prevent the accused from coming into contact with the alleged victim.

It is Me Stéphanie Landry who represents the public prosecutor in this case.

The file was submitted on January 31, 2018.

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