Notable Cases

R. v. S.M.

Client was charged with pizza pizza robbery with firearm along with two co- accused. Client was acquitted at trial.

R. v. E.F.

Client was charged with aggravated assault, assault with weapon, utter death threats, breach of recognizance, breach of probation. After a three day trial, where each crown witness was attacked and found to be unreliable, the judge found client not guilty of all charges.

R. v. H.I.

Client was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine and heroin. After pretrials motions based on Charter breaches under s. 8, 9 and 10(b), drugs were excluded and thus charges dismissed.

R. v. R.S.

Client was charged with choking and domestic assault. Upon cross- examination of the main crown witness, the complainant refused to finish her evidence in cross-examination. Charges were withdrawn as the crown then had no reasonable prospect of conviction.

R. v. J.H.

Client charged with several breaches of court orders. Defence was a technical breach. Client was found not guilty after trial.

R. v. I.I.

Client was charged with assault, assault with a weapon, utter death threats and several breaches of his bail. It is alleged that he went to the complainant’s house armed with a bat along with his co-accused. The complainant and the complainant’s girl-friend were cross-examined at trial. The lies were exposed along with the inconsistencies in their statements to the police. After cross-examination, the Crown withdrew the charges.

R. v. S.S.

Client was charged with possession of firearm. After constitutional arguments made, firearm was excluded and thus charges dismissed.

R. v. T.D.

Client was charged with trafficking cocaine and marijuana and drive dangerous. Several pretrial motions were brought. Drugs were excluded. Trial was for dangerous operation. Client was found not guilty.

R. v. R.R.

Client was charged with several counts of large amounts of money laundering and fraud. After several discussions with the Crown Attorney and Judge and pretrials, Client’s charges were stayed.

R. v. N.S.

Client was charged with possession of firearm found in his car. After Charter pretrial motions, gun was excluded.

R. v. B.M.M.

Client was charged with assaulting police by punching the police officer in the face allegedly. Client was also charged with mischief under in banging the windows of the scout car causing damage. Several police officers were at the scene. One tased and assaulted client. After aggressive cross-examination of the main officers at the scene, there was reasonable doubt and inconsistencies in the officers’ evidence resulting in client being found not guilty. 

R. v. M.D.

Youth client was charged with assault in school with other co-accused. Several witnesses came forward. After cross examination of the witnesses and complainant, client was acquitted.