A former violin teacher from Chatham-Kent, Evil. Returning to the court, an appeal panel judged that the trial was "judged by law."
Last year, Claude Trachy was acquitted of 51 sexual assault-related charges, shocking first-time students. The decision was then appealed in May. Some of the aquifers were separate.
The appeal decision, released on Friday, said the trial judge "passed the law" by releasing the alleged accusation of sexual assault and assault and accusing them of overcoming a resounding doubt.
During the trial, female students testified that in the 1970s and 80s, Trachi had touched their breasts, exposing their blouses and bras and playing with their breasts exposed. In several instances, former students testify that plastic molds are taken from their breasts.
According to Trachi, his actions were to measure students to fit them for violin shoulder rests and not for sexual purposes. Justice Thomas Curry then accepted his decision, accusing him of his favor.
John Patton's lawyer, on appeal, argues that Cary's "brush over" decision predicts and did not consider the suffering of the criminals.
As a result, the acquisitions are set aside. Stays have already entered two counts due to the age of the claim. Acquitals on charges for sexual exploitation and sexual interference will stand.
The three-judge appeal panel included Judge Mary Lu Benotto, Justice Grant Lawyer and Justice David Doherty, who has convicted him of 18 charges.
The appeal panel returned the case to the Supreme Court and requested another judge to appoint a sentence.
CBC News reached the Trachi's lawyer Matthew Gourlay, who did not respond to a request for an interview.