R v J.H. [Calgary Provincial Court]

Sexual Assault, Forcible Confinement: Stay of Proceedings 

The client was charged with sexual assault, unlawful confinement and using force to overcome resistance after allegedly forcing the complainant to have sexual intercourse in a public washroom. The client was facing a three year starting point jail sentence. Tonii Roulston set the matter for trial as the client stated that the sexual activity was consensual. Prior to the start of the trial, the Crown Prosecutor entered a stay of proceedings and the client was not convicted and did not receive a criminal record. 


This entry was posted in TONII ROULSTON and posted on August 2017


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