It is important to note that past results are not necessarily indicative of future results and that outcomes will vary according to the facts in individual cases.
R. v. R.M.
Client charged with Obstruct Police Officer and Failing to Comply with his Recognizance. Upon being approached by the police, the client gave a false name. He subsequently gave his real name and it was discovered that he was breaching his bail conditions.
Result: Charges dismissed after trial
R. v. D.H.
Client was arrested for two counts of Assault with a Weapon. At the time of arrest, the client identified himself falsely. He was taken to the police station and processed under this false name. His real identity was later determined and he was subsequently charged with Obstructing Justice.
Result: All charges were withdrawn.
R. v. C.S.
Client charged with Obstruct Justice, and Acknowledge Bail in False Name after allegedly doing same.
Result: All charges withdrawn.
R. v. B.L.
Client charged with Attempt Obstruct Justice. It was alleged that B.L. participated in the breaching of Recognizance conditions.
Result: Charge withdrawn.
R. v. K.A.
After appearing for Court on unrelated charges, the client did not show up at one of her court dates. A bench warrant was issued for her arrest and she was subsequently arrested and charged with Fail to Appear. It was her position that although she wished to go to Court, she was unable to do so.
Result: Client found “not guilty” after a contested trial.
R. v. A.M.
Client charged with Fail to Appear after allegedly missing a court appearance.
Result: Charge withdrawn by Crown Attorney
R. v. M.M.
Client previously been sentenced to a Conditional Sentence. He was alleged to have breached this sentence five times and called me to represent him.
Result: Charges withdrawn after discussions with the Crown Attorney
R. v. O.P.
After successfully obtaining bail for the client, he was alleged to have breached three conditions of this bail.
Result: Charges withdrawn after discussions with Crown Attorney
R. v. E.T.
After having been released on bail, client charged with breaching the bail by not reporting a change of address.
Result: Charge withdrawn after discussion with the Crown Attorney
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