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Some Cases handled by Calgary Criminal Lawyer, David Chow

Cases presented here are only some of the cases handled by David Chow. All cases use lettering to protect the identity of the client for solicitor-client privilege purposes. The case lettering does not necessarily reflect the client's actual initials.  David has successfully defended many clients not represented here. Case results are updated periodically and thus are not necessarily up-to-date.  

R. v. B.C.C

(Red Deer, P. C. - Failing to Appear).  BCC was charged with failing to appear in relation to a missed docket court appearance.

R. v. CBC

(Red Deer, P. C. - Failing to Appear).  Provincial Courts across Alberta are packed with administrative offences.

R. v. S.O.S.

(Didsbury P. C. - Bail/PPT/Armed Robbery). Defending drug prosecutions is consistently becoming more labour intensive and complex.

R. v. B.B.J.

(Calgary, P. C. - Terrorism). On September 30th, 2020 a Calgary provincial court judge heard a contested judicial interim release hearing in relation to a Calgary terrorism suspect.

R. v. L.B.K.

(Calgary, P. C. ).   LBK was charged with breaching bail.   His case was set for trial in low complexity trial court in Calgary.

R. v. K.D.B.

(Calgary, P. C. ).   KB was charged on multiple informations with a plethora of offences, including assault, possession of crystal meth, breaching bail conditions, trespassing and uttering threats.

R. v. S.L.

(Okotoks, P. C. ).   The Client applied for judicial interim release in release to an allegation of Attempted Murder.

R. v. D.B.

(Calgary, P. C. ). Client initially released on allegations of possession for the purpose of trafficking a large amount of drugs.

R. v. A.K.

(Lethbridge, P. C. ). Client charged in Lethbridge, Alberta with importation and possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine at the kilogram level.

R. v. J.H.M.

(Lethbridge, P. C. ) Client charged with breaching her bail conditions in Lethbridge, Alberta.

R. v. I.M.

(Calgary, P. C. ).    While serving a conditional sentence order I. M. was charged with break and enter, uttering threats and sexual assault.   Bail was contested.

R. v. A.M.

(Calgary, P. C. ).   Client charged with seven allegations of breaching bail.   The underlying bail concerned serious allegations of assaulting police.

R. v. E.A.

(Calgary, P. C. ). Client was charged with a serious  aggravated assault in Calgary.

R. v. N.D.

(Calgary, P. C. ).  Judicial interim release or bail is one of the most important pieces of any successful criminal defence.

R. v. D.S.

(Saskatchewan, P. C. ).

R. v. A.H.K.

(Alberta P. C. - DUI/Breach of Recognizance) – AHK was charged with impaired driving, over 80 and a breach of recognizance.

R. v. C.N.

Client was charged with numerous firearms related offences along with a number of co-accused.   Crown sought the client's detention on the secondary and tertiary grounds.

R. v. S.L.

 Client’s case was taken over from another lawyer at preliminary inquiry.   The client was in custody.

R. v. O.M.

Client was charged with breaching bail while on release for drug charges and allegations of violence.

R. v. L.J. et al

The Crown sought the accused’s detention relative to possession of several firearms.

R. v. B.S. et al

The Crown sought the accused’s detention relative to allegations of possession for the purpose of trafficking Ketamine.   After a prolonged bail hearing, the accused was released.

R. v. L.R.

(unreported) – Client hired defence after being detained by a Court of Queen’s Bench Justice.

R. v. J.M.C.

(Unreported, Alberta Court of Appeal) – Client charged with the possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine.   Obtained bail pending appeal.