R v C.R. [Crowsnet Provincial Court]

The client was charged with two breaches after being found in a vehicle with alcohol in his body. He had a number of outstanding charges, including assault, assault causing bodily harm, a choking offence, obstructing a police office, and breaches of court orders. The Crown opposed his release, and argued that in case of release, he ought to be given restrictive conditions including searches of his blood alcohol level in the absence of reasonable grounds. Subsequent to the contested bail hearing in front of a Justice of the Peace, the client was released on the standard conditions.


This entry was posted in ALIN MAYER, tagged Bail Cases and posted on October 2015


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