Dennis Oland's lawyer says 'mistake' about jacket not a sign of guilt

FREDERICTON - Dennis Oland's lawyer says the Crown used speculation that was not backed by evidence to get a conviction of second-degree murder in the killing of Oland's multi-millionaire father, Richard Oland.

Alan Gold told the New Brunswick Court of Appeal Tuesday that the Crown's theory that Oland killed his father in a fit of rage over money or his father's affair, was "unsupported by an evidentiary foundation."

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