Alexandre Boudreau-Chartrand was found guilty of the unpremeditated murder of Andréane Ouellet, his partner and the mother of his five children, Saturday morning at the Joliette courthouse.
This verdict automatically carries a life prison sentence for this 38-year-old man from Saint-Donat.
The jury, which decided after three days of deliberations, recommended that the defendant cannot apply for parole for 13 years. Sentencing submissions will take place on October 24.
The murder occurred on September 27, 2021 at the couple's home. Andréane Ouellet died after receiving violent and repeated blows to the head which caused a cerebral hemorrhage and the separation of brain membranes. She was 32 years old.
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