R. v. H.B.
Client charged with Aggravated Assault, Assault, and Threatening Death. Client alleged to have attacked the complainant with a machete. Complainant suffered significant injuries to his face and required significant medical attention. Client admitted to causing the injuries but was acting in self-defence.
Result: Acquitted by jury at the Superior Court of Justice
R. v. I.H.
Client was charged with severely beating another individual outside a club. The injuries included a broken jaw. It was the client’s position that not only did he not participate in this assault but that he was not even there.
Result: After a trial before judge and jury at the Superior Court of Justice, the Judge stayed the charges.
R. v. S.S.
Client charged with Aggravated Assault and Assault with a Weapon. It was alleged that the client and her friends got into a verbal altercation with another group of people and the client then produced a knife and stabbed the victim. It was the client’s position that she was not the stabber.
Result: All charges withdrawn.
R. v. S.H.
Client charged with Assault Causing Bodily Harm, Assault Police Officer, and Possession of Cocaine. It was alleged that the client got into a fight at a festival. When police intervened, it was alleged that the client fought with the police. Upon arrest, police discovered cocaine on the client.
Result: All charges dismissed after trial.
R. v. A.W.
Police officer attend at an apartment building to investigate various offences. It was alleged that the client began throwing beer bottles down at the officers.
Result: Found “not guilty” of all charges after trial.
R. v. S.C.
Client charged with Assault with Weapon. It was alleged that while at school, client brandished a knife and assaulted a fellow student.
Result: Charge withdrawn after successful meeting with the Crown Attorney
R. v. S.P.
Client charged with Assault. The complainant was attempting to get into the client’s apartment building unlawfully. The client would not permit this and it was alleged that he assaulted the complainant in the process.
Result: Charge withdrawn after a Charter application brought.
R. v. S.K.
Client charged with Assault and Uttering a Threat to a student at school.
Charge withdrawn after successful meeting with the Crown Attorney