Evidence in Linda O'Leary trial shows other vessel's lights were off at time of boat crash, defence says

Evidence in Linda O'Leary trial shows other vessel's lights were off at time of boat crash, defence says

Evidence in Linda O'Leary trial shows other vessel's lights were off at time of boat crash, defence says Crown argues O'Leary was not looking out for possibility of unlit objects during 2019 crash Overwhelming evidence showing another vessel's lights were off at the time Linda O'Leary crashed into it means she shouldn't be found guilty in the deadly boat collision, her lawyer argued in court Thursday. In closing arguments of the provincial court trial, Brian Greenspan said his client ought to be exonerated in the August 2019 crash on Lake Joseph, north of Toronto, that killed two people. "She was doing all the right things at the right time when this terrible tragedy occurred," Greenspan told the Parry Sound, Ont., court. "The Crown's case, in our submission, is one of conjecture and speculation." Linda O'Leary, the wife of celebrity businessman Kevin O'Leary, has pleaded not guilty to one charge of careless operation of a vessel under the Canada Shipping Act. Closing arguments focus on vessel's lights Greenspan argued that it's not possible to know the speed Linda O'Leary was driving, …
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