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R. v. A.H.J

May 24, 2019

(Whitehorse, P.C.).  A.H.J. was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking Fentanyl and trafficking Fentanyl in Whitehorse, Yukon.

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R. v. R.W.

April 5, 2019

(Calgary, P.C.). R.W. was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine and possession for the purpose of trafficking Ketamine.

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R. v. J.T.T.

March 18, 2019

(Calgary, P.C.).  JTT was the lucky recipient of  a stay of proceedings in a case of possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine (PPT).  This was a case where the most damning...

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R. v. A.H.

March 18, 2019

(Lethbridge, Q.B.).  Calgary drug lawyer, David Chow, secured a stay of proceedings on a possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine, meth, along with a pharmacy of other drugs.

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R. v. B.C.

December 17, 2018

(Calgary, P.C.). Calgary drug lawyer, David Chow, secured a verdict of not guilty for trafficking meth to an undercover police officer.

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R. v. M.H.S.

December 5, 2018

(Cardston, P.C.).  MHS was charged with multiple possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine charges arising from a police investigation in the Cardston area.

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R. v. R.A.

November 14, 2018

(Canmore, P.C.). David Chow secured the withdrawal of charges for his client accused of simple possession of cocaine.

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R. V. A.W.

August 17, 2016

(Lethbridge, P.C.) The accused was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking powder cocaine and production of crack cocaine.

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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. A.I.

November 20, 2015

(Calgary, Q.B.) The client was prosecuted for two counts of trafficking cocaine to an undercover police officer.  Cocaine is a CDSA, Schedule 1 substance, that attracts a starting point for...

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