I just listened to this case on CBC. It's hard to imagine how it will not be overturned, and almost angering to hear that it has not been overturned. Now, admittedly all the information is coming from CBC at this point and not a court of law, but the main issue seems to be that she was convicted based on hemorages on the babies neck, and a skull fracture that was introduced into evidence four months after the initial autopsy was conducted.
When the case came up that Dr. Smith (the pathologist) was found to have several errors in over 20 cases, they looked over all the old x-rays, could not find the skull fractures, so then exhumed the body, and determined the skull fracture was nothing more than the unknit plates that all babies have in their heads to allow for the head and brain to grow (soft spot - every baby has one), and the neck hemorages were a direct result of the autopsy.
Listening to Sherry on the radio my heart went out to her, she has not been able to be alone with her daughter for the first 11 months of her life, and then CAS suggested that she should not be able to live in the same house of her daughter, she gave her eldest child up for adoption, because she was basically told she would be unlikely to get him back and her choices were to leave him in the system or let him be adopted. Yet, she still refers to herself as "lucky" because she gets letters and photo's from her son, and many mothers don't even get that.
I hope first her case is speedily solved to let her have a life with her daughter, and second that she gets some huge settlement out of this.