A man accused of robbery, defended by Tyler MacDonald, was found not guilty by a jury of his peers. The man’s accusers were a couple who claimed that the man had violently ambushed one of them and... Read More »
A trip home from the grocery store led the client into a racially-charged armed confrontation, and to his arrest. Fortunately, the ordeal eventually ended with the client being acquitted of all... Read More »
The client faced the criminal charges of impaired driving and driving with a blood-alcohol concentration over 0.08 (“Over 80”). He retained Tyler MacDonald a little late in the proceedings, but... Read More »
The police claimed to have stopped the client for speeding and for having an obstructed licence plate. They said that he was then being “verbally aggressive” and “confrontational” when they... Read More »
Facing an allegation that she intentionally failed to provide a roadside breath sample, the client was liable to a minimum penalty equivalent to the sentence for impaired driving or driving with a... Read More »
The client faced a serious charge in relation to drinking and driving allegations. It was alleged that he intentionally failed to provide a roadside breath sample when ordered to do so by police.... Read More »
The client was found not guilty of possessing cocaine for the purpose of trafficking and possession of the proceeds of crime at the conclusion of a trial before judge and jury. Police had raided a... Read More »
All of the charges against Tyler MacDonald’s client were stayed after he established that his client’s right to a trial within a reasonable time, protected under s. 11(b) of the Charter of Rights... Read More »
With the last set of his charges dropped on the day of trial after a meeting between the Crown and his criminal defence lawyer, the client is free of any criminal charges or bail conditions for the... Read More »
The client’s 32-month nightmare came to an end when he was finally freed from jail after major criminal charges against him were dismissed in the middle of his jury trial. He and two co-accused... Read More »