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R. v. C.E. et al

June 22, 2010

(unreported, Alta. Q.B.) – C.E. was charged with break and enter with intent to commit robbery (home invasion) and theft.  After a week of trial before a Court of Queen’s...

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R. v. R.O.

April 20, 2010

(unreported, Alta. P.C.) – Client was charged with assault peace officer, resist arrest, assault, uttering threats and mischief.  Trial started and after issues raised in cross-examination, the Crown agreed to...

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R. v. H.L.

March 15, 2010

[2010] (unreported, Alta. P.C.) – Client was charged with assault causing bodily harm.  After two days of trial, he was acquitted due to issues of eyewitness identification.

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R. v. T.L.

December 9, 2009

Client was charged with criminal harassment and breaching bail conditions.  Defence counsel successfully argued for a conditional discharge.

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R. v. C.D.A.

November 12, 2009

Client plead not guilty to fraud and resisting arrest.  He was acquitted at trial.

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R. v. H.R.

June 22, 2009

Client was charged with aggravated assault in a stabbing.  After preliminary inquiry and on the day of trial, client was convicted of causing a disturbance and received a short period...

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R. v. R.I.

June 17, 2009

Client was charged with assault causing bodily harm to a child.  The client was acquitted after trial.

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R. v. M.O.

May 13, 2009

 Client was charged with assault and mischief in a road rage incident.  The client was offered a conditional discharge mid-trial and accepted.

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R. v. K.F.C.

April 17, 2009

Client was charged with sexual assault.  After conviction, defence counsel successfully applied for a mistrial.  The charges were ultimately stayed against the client.

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R. v. J.W.

January 29, 2009

The accused was charged with assault.  The crown relied upon videotape evidence purporting to capture the incident.  Despite the videotape evidence, the Crown withdrew the charges mid-trial.  

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