R. v. J.P Provincial Court of Alberta (Calgary)

J.P. was out on bail with respect to a second-degree murder charge.  Client was charged with breaching his release conditions for not answering the door during a curfew check.  Crown counsel gave notice that they were trying to revoke his bail on his second-degree murder charge.

Result: After hearing evidence and argument for 1½ days the Honourable Judge J. Shriar found J.P. not guilty.  As a result the Crown abandoned their application to revoke J.P’s bail on his murder charge.

This entry was posted in ANDREA URQUHART, tagged Bail Cases and posted on May 2015

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