Recent Criminal Cases

R v R.K.

The client was charged with assault contrary to s 266 of the Criminal Code. It was alleged that he attacked a youth while at school.

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R v T.N.

The client was charged with defrauding the government and swearing a false affirmation contrary to sections 380(1)(B) and 134(1) of the Criminal Code. The matter was set for trial.

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R v R.H.

The client was charged with possession of stolen property. Defence counsel negotiated resolution with the crown prosecutor.

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R v D.S.

The client was charged with theft under contrary to s 334(B) of the Criminal Code. It was alleged that the client stole a basket of groceries from the store.

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R v T.P.

The client was a youth charged with 8 counts of breach of recognizance contrary to s 145(3) of the Criminal Code.

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R v D.G.

The client was charged with impaired driving contrary to s 253(1)(A) and 253(1)(B), and s 51(a) of the Traffic Safety Act.

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R v M.T.

The client was charged with assault with a weapon contrary to s 267(A) of the Criminal Code. It was alleged that he stabbed a man in the neck with a knife.

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R v T.K.

The client was charged with assault causing bodily harm contrary to s 267(B) of the Criminal Code.

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R v R.B.

The client was arrested by police on an outstanding warrant for breach of recognizance. Defence counsel spoke to the arresting officer at the Arrest Processing Unit and negotiated the clients...

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R v M.M.

The client was charged with mischief and domestic assault contrary to s 266 and 430(1) of the Criminal Code.

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