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CASE STUDY: Assault police officer, obstructing police officer

Mr. S was charged after he prevented a police officer from arresting an individual for being intoxicated at a public place. While obstructing the officer, Mr. S grabbed the arm of the police officer and tried to push the police officer.

CASE STUDY: Oshawa DUI

Our client was found by a police officer in the live lane of traffic while asleep in the driver’s seat of the vehicle. The vehicle was running. Police arrested Ms. M once they arrived on the scene.

CASE STUDY: Sexual Assault Charges in Peterborough

Our client was Mr. H, a middle-aged man working in an old age home with no prior criminal record. He was arrested on a charge of sexual assault in relation to allegations made by his workplace colleague.

CASE STUDY: Detention Review Hearing

Mr. S was charged was charged with various offences by his ex-partner. Given the nature and the number of charges—it was a reverse onus situation at the detention review hearing.

CASE STUDY: Impaired Driving in Oshawa

Mr. G was charged with having care and control of a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of more than 80. Mr. G was also charged with having care and control of a motor vehicle while being impaired. Mr. G was found asleep in his motor vehicle.

CASE STUDY: Licence Appeal Tribunal Matter – Reinstating Driving Privileges

Mr. R, a dedicated real estate agent, faced a challenging situation when his driver’s licence was suspended due to a diagnosis of Substance Use Disorder for alcohol following an encounter with a student doctor.

CASE STUDY: Sexual Assault in Lindsay

Our client found himself facing serious criminal allegations when he was accused of touching a girl on the school bus. He was charged with sexual assault as a youth.

CASE STUDY: Uttering threat, Domestic assault

Our client, Ms. F, was the complainant in an incident with her common-law spouse. She called police, stating that her spouse had put his hand over her mouth and harassed her, with the intention of having him placed in a 72-hour psychiatric hold.

CASE STUDY: Assault x 3, Assault Causing Bodily Harm x 2, Assault with a Weapon

Mr. P was charged with six counts, including assault with a weapon and assault causing bodily harm. Ms. J accused Mr. P of choking her.

CASE STUDY: Appeal to the Licence Appeal Tribunal of Ontario (Medical Driver’s Licence Suspension)

Mr. T’s predicament arose when his pacemaker delivered an “appropriate shock,” as it is called, raising concerns about his ability to safely operate a vehicle. His doctor, aware of the incident due to the online report the device made, promptly suspended his driver’s licence due to the potential risks associated with driving with a severe medical condition.

CASE STUDY: Theft Over $5,000 in Toronto

Our client found himself in trouble with the law when he was accused by his employer of stealing over $16,000. He was charged with theft over $5,000.

CASE STUDY: Assault Charges and Bail Hearing in Newmarket

Our client’s ability to come to Canada and obtain permanent resident status was put in serious jeopardy, however, when he was arrested and charged with assault.

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