The client was acquitted after trial of where he was charged that he sexually assaulted a stranger in a public place. The client did not testify during the trial, but the cross examination of the... Read More »
A concerned citizen followed what appeared to be a drunk driver one evening, and contacted 911 in the process. The witness watched as the van pulled into the driveway of a suburban home. A male... Read More »
Nearly a year of imprisonment in one of the country’s worst jails came to an end for the client when Tyler MacDonald successfully applied to the Superior Court of Justice to have him released. ... Read More »
When the police raid someone’s home, the resulting chaos can endanger not only the physical safety of anyone one who happens to be in the home at the time, but also their liberty. Police routinely... Read More »
The client faced several charges including theft and fraudulent use of a credit card with regard to thousands of dollars in stolen funds. Video surveillance of the client and bank records... Read More »
A large amount of marihuana was found inside a detached suburban home when police raided the home in search of a firearm. Police believed that a bullet, which went through the front window of the... Read More »
The client faced a charge that he was driving with a blood-alcohol concentration of over 0.08 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood, a charge which is commonly referred to as "Over 80... Read More »
Police use sophisticated devices to detect and gather evidence against suspected impaired drivers. The government has designated various roadside breath devices and police station breath... Read More »
A man can be charged, jailed, and prosecuted based solely on the words of his accuser. In the absence of any corroborating evidence, the police will still often lay a charge where a domestic... Read More »
We generally do not allow the police or other agents of the government to force citizens to incriminate themselves. Forcing someone to give evidence against himself triggers an abhorrence in a free... Read More »