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Ralph Hunter v. Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 2013 ONSC 6638 (CanLII)

Inspector Wilkinson gave evidence at this trial that he had concluded by October 15, 2012 that the animals on Mr. Hunter’s property were in “immediate distress” and that he would attend at the Hunter property pursuant to S, 12(6) of the OSPCA Act without a warrant. Defendant disagreed that there was evidence of “immediate distress” and this Court came to the same conclusion. In that way, all the pictures of the animals and property were obtained illegally.