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Criminal Law Cases of David G. Chow


R. v. S.M.

April 12, 2016

(Strathmore, P.C.J.) The accused was charged with impaired driving and refusing to blow. Trial commenced in 2015. The accused filed Charter Notice, which included an allegation of unreasonable delay.

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R. v. J.J.

April 8, 2016

(Calgary, Q.B.) Charges against the accused for possession for the purpose of trafficking approximately 10 pounds of cannabis were stayed by the Crown.

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R. v. L.C.

March 31, 2016

(Lethbridge, P.C.J.) The accused successfully obtained bail in relation to an assault involving the discharge of a gun. 

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R. v. J.D.

March 21, 2016

(Medicine Hat, P.C.J.) Accused successfully obtained judicial interim release in relation to manslaughter charge.  

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R. v. J.S.

December 17, 2015

(Calgary, P.C.J.) The client was charged with impaired driving and operating a motor vehicle with blood-alcohol exceeding the legal limit. The defence filed a Charter Notice alleging a variety of breaches.

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R. v. A.I.

November 20, 2015

(Calgary, Q.B.) The client was prosecuted for two counts of trafficking cocaine to an undercover police officer.  At trial, the accused raised a number of defences that left the judge...

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R. v. N.S.

November 6, 2015

(Calgary, P.C.J.) The accused was charged with dangerous driving, impaired driving, refusing to supply a breath sample and Traffic Safety Act charges.

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R. v. M.S.

September 8, 2015

(Calgary, Q.B.) Client was charged with a trust fraud. The case resolved by agreement to a conditional sentence due to a Charter Notice alleging unreasonable delay in the proceedings.

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R. v. G.W.

June 22, 2015

(Calgary Q.B.) Home invasion and firearm charges were stayed by the Crown. There were witness issues and a Charter Notice filed by the accused. 

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R. v. G.W.

June 15, 2015

(Calgary P.C.J.)  The accused was charged with a serious home invasion. The charges were stayed. The accused’s defence centered around eyewitness identification along with witness credibility and reliability.

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