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CASE STUDY: Assault in Perth Ontario

We thought that what the Crown was seeking was harsh given that there were no injuries, and wanted to get a better outcome for our client.

CASE STUDY: Sexual assault, forcible confinement, mischief

The result of the negotiation was a success. Mr. F entered a plea of guilty to a common assault, and the sexual assault and mischief charges were withdrawn.

CASE STUDY: Assault, mischief, dangerous driving

The consequences of a criminal conviction in this case were severe because our client worked in healthcare.

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: 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.

CASE STUDY: Uttering Threats in Lindsay

The manager of the restaurant reported that Mr. C had made threatening remarks to fellow employees, expressing concerns about his own safety.

CASE STUDY: Assault Charges

Our client, Mr. S, was facing several serious assault charges. The complainant, his spouse, alleged that Mr. S had assaulted her a number of times. Mr. S denied these allegations. These charges were particularly serious as they related to an intimate partner–if convicted, our client was facing likely jail time.

CASE STUDY: Assault charges in Bancroft

The goal was to get both accused acquitted of the charges of assault causing bodily harm. To do this, our lawyers aimed to establish that the accused had acted in self-defence against the actions of the complainant.

CASE STUDY: Assault and Impaired Driving in Perth

Based on the circumstances, the goal of the client was to have all of the criminal charges withdrawn. This would mean that these new charges would not appear on his criminal record.

CASE STUDY: Sexual Assault Charges in Kingston

Our goal here was to have our client released from jail pending his trial by establishing that neither of the grounds for pre-trial detention were met.

CASE STUDY: Charges Withdrawn – Assault & Mischief Under $5,000

Ms. Q signed a peace bond for $1,000.00, payable only if she violated the law, possessed a weapon, was found at the grocery store the initial incident took place at, or contacted the couple involved in the fight. Her charges were dropped and she was free to put the unfortunate incident behind her.

CASE STUDY: Charges Withdrawn for Peace Bond – Uttering Threats

When two people in a long-term relationship have a heated fight, emotions often run high and both sides can feel that the other side wronged them in some way. In 2018 Mr. C and his partner got into one such argument.

CASE STUDY: Charges Withdrawn for Peace Bond – Assault

Phil’s strategy was to propose this agreement to the Crown. Mr. F participating in some form of counselling or education in exchange for a withdrawal and peace bond.

CASE STUDY: Charges Withdrawn for Peace Bond – Assault

One October night, Mr. M, his ex, and their friends Ms. M and Ms. S, were out on the town. Despite the intentions of Mr. M and his ex to remain friends, Ms. M and Ms. S were unsupportive.

CASE STUDY: Charges Withdrawn – Resist Arrest, Assault Police Officer

We did not want to put our senior client through the stress of a trial. We got both charges withdrawn and our client kept his spotless criminal record.

CASE STUDY: Withdrawal, No Conviction – Assault Charges

Our client had stable employment that would have been jeopardized with a criminal record. We were able to get the charges withdrawn.

CASE STUDY: Assault in Oshawa

Mr. F panicked and pulled his wife from the car before chasing down the moving vehicle, entering the car and turning off the engine.

CASE STUDY: Assault Allegations

It was alleged that Mr. C then grabbed . by the neck and shoved her outside and into the snowbank by placing her face first into the snowbank on the deck.

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