Recent Criminal Cases

R v P.S.

The client was alleged to have assault an individual who refused to pay his cab fare contrary to s 266 of the Criminal Code.

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R v T.P.

The client was a youth charged with assault with a weapon contrary to section 267(A) and 3 breaches of recognizance contrary to s 145(3) of the Criminal Code. 

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R v J.A.

The clients was charged with two counts of assault with a weapon and one count of assault causing bodily harm contrary to s 267(A) and 267(B).

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R v O.Z.

The client was charged with refusing to provide a sample of breath contrary to s 254(5) of the Criminal Code.

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R v I.I.

The client was charged with 3 counts under the Alberta Fair Trading Act, including practicing an automotive business without a licence, misrepresentation of the product, and selling a vehicle which...

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R v T.P.

The client was a youth charged with assault contrary to s 266 of the Criminal Code. It was alleged he hit a man during a road rage incident.

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R v K.C.

The client was charge with possession of a prohibited weapon and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose contrary to s 88(1) and 86(1) of the Criminal Code when...

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R v M.P.

The client was charged with refusal of the roadside demand contrary to s 254(5) of the Criminal Code. The client did not have a criminal record.

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R v A.A.

It was alleged that the client uttered threats and assaulted his ex-girlfriend. At trial Defence counsel took the position that the complainant had fabricated the allegations to gain an advantage...

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