The client was accused of driving a motor vehicle while his ability to do so was impaired by alcohol after police responded to a call regarding a motor vehicle accident. The attending police... Read More »
Successfully defending against charges of impaired driving and refusing to provide a breath sample, or any drinking and driving charge, often requires surgical precision. The Crown need only prove... Read More »
Justice delayed is justice denied. It isn’t just a catchy phrase uttered by fictional attorneys on U.S. legal dramas. When you’re faced with criminal charges, it aptly describes the grueling months... Read More »
Getting released on bail can be difficult when you are facing very serious charges. It’s even more difficult when you are charged with committing serious crimes while you are already on bail for... Read More »
The most confident eye witness can be wrong when they identity someone as the person who committed a crime. The history of our criminal courts is littered with wrongful convictions of men and women... Read More »
The client was found not guilty by unanimous jury verdict in a matter which spanned over two years. When a charge of possession of the proceeds of crime is laid, the allegations are usually that... Read More »
When someone is charged with "simple" possession of cocaine or marihuana, the presumption is that the drug is possessed for personal use. This is still illegal under the current regime of drug... Read More »
For a person to be found guilty of a crime in this country, the jury must be sure that he committed the crime. Not pretty sure, but sure – period. This is another way of explaining the high burden... Read More »
Charges of trafficking heroin and participating in a criminal organization were dismissed against the client at the conclusion of the preliminary hearing in the context of a massive police... Read More »
It doesn’t matter what kind of vehicle you’re driving: if it has a motor on it, you can be charged with impaired driving or “over 80” if you’re operating it and the police have grounds to believe... Read More »