In R. v. Budimirovic (Ont CA, 2023) the Court of Appeal considered an adjournment decision, here in a criminal case:
 The decision to grant an adjournment is discretionary and is entitled to deference on appeal: R. v. Millard, 2023 ONCA 426, at paras. 122-123. The appellant does not allege any error in principle in the judge’s exercise of discretion, nor that any of the factors she considered were inappropriate. He simply argues that the trial judge should have weighed those factors differently. In our view, this is not sufficient to displace the deference due to the trial judge’s decision.
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