Criminal Law Cases of David G. Chow
R. v. I.T.P.
Posted in Drug Offences andDecember 1, 2010
[December 2010] - Client was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine, marijuana, morphine and oxycodine. During the trial, the judge did not exclude evidence pursuant to a substantial Charter Notice, but agreed with the defence argument that the quantity of the marijuana and cocaine was not proven beyond a reasonable doubt. At the conclusion of trial, the Crown asked for 4 years incarceration. The accused successfully argued a Conditional Sentence Order of two-years less a day.
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