Convicted court psychiatrist Aubrey Levin's appeal denied
Levin found guilty on sexual assault charges for fondling patients
The Alberta Court of Appeal has denied former court psychiatrist Aubrey Levin's bid to have his convictions thrown out.
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He was found guilty of three counts in January 2013 for fondling men who had been assigned to him as patients through the courts.
Levin was given a five-year prison sentence.
With Levin's appeal dismissed, he now has 48 hours to turn himself him.
"There were arguments about whether or not the Crown should have, for example, gone out and conducted an investigation or the police should have conducted an investigation at the direction of Dr. Levin's counsel, and that's not the law," said Maureen McGuire with Alberta Justice.
"We don't conduct investigations at the direction of counsel."
Levin faced other charges. He was found not guilty on two counts of sexual assault and a mistrial was declared on four counts.
With files from Kyle Bakx/CBC