Successes

The client's charge of driving with a blood-alcohol concentration over 0.08 (an offence commonly referred to as "Over 80") was withdrawn after extensive discussion between Tyler MacDonald and the... Read More »
The client faced numerous serious charges stemming from a money dispute with a former spouse. After negotiations with Tyler MacDonald on the day of the client's trial, the Crown dropped all of the... Read More »
A citizen cannot be convicted on the uncorroborated word of a liar. That’s what Tyler MacDonald argued at the conclusion of this trial, and the jury agreed by acquitting the client and her co-... Read More »
The client's life was turned upside-down when it was alleged by his spouse that he threatened to kill her with a firearm. As is often the case when allegations of violence or threats arise between... Read More »
The client was randomly investigated by the O.P.P. while driving his vehicle. The police are actually allowed to investigate people at random in performance of certain duties under the Highway... Read More »
One woman's fears of losing her driver’s licence, her liberty, and getting a permanent criminal record as a result of an impaired driving investigation, came to an end after two days of trial. ... Read More »
A client facing serious charges stemming from allegations of taking part in a string of street robberies, and using an imitation firearm to do so, was granted release from custody after a contested... Read More »
A strip search is one of the most intrusive and humiliating things that a police officer can do to a citizen. For a strip search to be legal it must only be used where it is necessary for a... Read More »
The client was charged with possession of a weapon for a purpose dangerous to the public, under allegations that he was one of two armed parties involved in a violent confrontation in front of a... Read More »
All charges were stayed against the client and his co-accused regarding a significant amount of cash and crack-cocaine discovered in a vehicle occupied by the client and his co-accused. A stay of... Read More »

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