Cable & Telecom

Men guilty of satellite theft, says another court

QUEBEC - The long legal effort to pin charges of satellite TV-signal piracy on two Quebec men, and have them stick, has passed another judicial test. The Quebec Court of Appeal has dismissed their appeal of a guilty verdict handed down by the Quebec Superior Court in April, 2005. In a short, 16-paragraph decision, the three-member Appeal Court accepted the arguments of Superior Court judge Wilbrod Claude Décarie, who had reversed the men’s acquittal by the lower Quebec Court in 2004. Judge Décarie found Jacques D’Argy of Drummondville and Richard Thériault of nearby St-Nicéphore guilty of three counts each of...
 

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