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CASE STUDY – Domestic Assault in Oshawa

A dispute ensued between the complainant and our client which led to the police involvement. Ms. P was charged with assault and assault with a weapon.

CASE STUDY: Assault in Minden

Mr. E, a single widowed father juggling multiple jobs and pursuing further education while caring for a young child, encountered a challenging situation when he spanked his child out of frustration, leaving visible marks but causing no serious injury. This led to the intervention of the Children’s Aid Society, which resulted in a criminal assault charge against Mr. E.

CASE STUDY: Sexual Assault x 3, Sexual Interference, Invitation to Sexual Touching

Our client was a man in his 40s with a good job and no criminal record. However, this was put in jeopardy when he was accused of sexual offences for events alleged to have taken place several decades earlier. He was alleged to have had a non-consensual sexual relationship with a distant family member, a minor at the time.

CASE STUDY: Sexual Assault Charges in Napanee Withdrawn

Mr. B, was charged with two counts of sexual assault and one count of assault. The allegations stemmed from a night when he was at work and the complainant, a co-worker, accused him of assaulting her.

CASE STUDY: Successfully Negotiating Withdrawal of Mischief Charges

The client, referred to as Mr. B, found himself in legal trouble following a night of revelry. During the course of the evening, while intoxicated, he accidentally broke a window. The incident occurred in a public area, and although no one witnessed the act directly, his inebriated state led him to admit responsibility when approached by law enforcement officers.

CASE STUDY: Dismissal of Domestic Assault Charges Through Eyewitness Evidence Challenge

Ms. J, a 20 year-old woman, found herself embroiled in a legal dispute when she was charged with domestic assault.

CASE STUDY: Motor Vehicle Theft Charges

Mr. M, a young person, found himself entangled in a legal battle when he was charged with multiple offences, including motor vehicle theft x2, masking with intent, and possessing property obtained by crime over $5,000. These charges carried serious consequences, potentially jeopardizing Mr. M’s freedom and reputation.

CASE STUDY: Sexual assault in Peterborough, 2023

The test for whether a Crown should prosecute or not is whether there is “a reasonable prospect of conviction.” I therefore needed to convince the Crown attorney that they had no reasonable prospect of conviction and that the charged should be dropped.

CASE STUDY: Sexual assault in Peterborough

Our client was in Canada visiting family on a visitor’s visa. The easiest solution was to have him return to his home country once these charges were disposed of. Complicating matters, his passport had been seized by the police.

CASE STUDY: Robbery, Dangerous Weapons

The Crown seemed to have a pretty good case: the “victim” was willing to testify against my client. However, I felt that perhaps Mr. S had been overcharged by the police.

CASE STUDY: Impaired driving causing death

Although the charge was very serious, the goal remained the same – acquittal or at least very significant damage control.

CASE STUDY: Domestic Assault Charges in Oshawa

Our client, Mr. P, was accused of domestic assault by a former partner in the midst of contentious family law proceedings. Based on historical allegations, he was accused of hitting her in the head during a verbal argument, leading to her getting a concussion. Mr. P denied these accusations: he didn’t believe that this incident had occurred.

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