R. v. J.L et al. Court of Queen’s Bench (Calgary)

Client charged with production of a controlled substance, possession of cannabis for the purposes of trafficking, possession of cannabis resin for the purposes of trafficking and possession of a machete for a dangerous purpose.  

Result:  At the preliminary inquiry Ms. Urquhart successfully argued to have her client discharged of the production of a controlled substance offence.  On May 29, 2015 shortly before the weeklong Court of Queen’s Bench trial was set to commence, Crown counsel stayed the remaining charges against her client.


This entry was posted in ANDREA URQUHART, tagged Drug & Trafficking Cases and posted on June 2015


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