Supreme Court of Canada
Hébert v. The Queen,  1 S.C.R. 361
Maurice S. Hébert Appellant;
Her Majesty The Queen Respondent.
1981: March 23.
Present: Martland, Ritchie, Dickson, Beetz, Estey, McIntyre and Chouinard JJ.
ON APPEAL FROM THE COURT OF APPEAL FOR QUEBEC
Criminal law—Fraud and conspiracy charge—Credibility of accused’s testimony—Conviction—Criminal Code, ss. 338(1), 423(1)(d).
APPEAL from a judgment of the Court of Appeal of Quebec, dismissing with a dissent an appeal by appellant and upholding his conviction on counts of fraud and conspiracy.
Michel Proulx, for the appellant.
Yves Berthiaume, for the respondent.
English version of the judgment of the Court delivered orally by
MARTLAND J.—The detailed arguments submitted on behalf of the appellant have not persuaded us that the judgment of the Court of Appeal is ill-founded. The appeal is dismissed.
Solicitors for the appellant: Proulx, Barot & Dupuis, Montreal.
Solicitor for the respondent: Y. Berthiaume, Montreal.
  C.A. 434.