R. v. S., T., and W., 2013 BCSC

Facts – S., T. and W. (lawyer for S.) are charged with breaking and entering, uttering threats, unlawful confinement and use of firearm. S. also …

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R. v. Y., 2013 BCPC

Facts – Y. charged with driving while prohibited. Police testify plate-reader caught accused driving his car. Results – Stay of proceedings (charges dropped) during defence …

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R. v. C., 2013 BCPC

Facts – C. was charged with breach of probation. Police performed curfew check and testified at trial C. was not home when they performed curfew …

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R. v. H., 2013 BCPC

Facts – H. was charged with breach of probation. Police testified H. was not home when they performed curfew check. Result – Not guilty.

R. v. R., 2013 BCPC

Facts – R. charged with assault causing bodily harm of neighbour. Result – Stay of proceedings (charges dropped) on day of trial.

R. v. S., 2013 BCPC

Facts – S. charged with sexual touching. Result – S. entered into peace bond (No guilty plea, no criminal record)

R. v. F. – 2013 BCPC

Facts – F. Charged with uttering threats, mischief by destroying complainant’s property and breach of bail. Complainant testifies F. threatened her, and destroyed her property. …

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R. v. L., 2013 BCPC

Facts – Plead guilty to trafficking and PPT of ecstasy. 12 month conditional sentence (no real jail).

R. v. S., 2012 BCSC

Facts – After police execute a search warrant on his home, S. was charged with possession of 2 grams of hash, and possession for the …

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R. v. S., – 2012 BCSC (co-counsel)

Facts – “Mr. Big” undercover operation resulted in charge of 1st degree murder. In trial #1 jury convicts of 1st degree murder. Trial #2 is …

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