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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: 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: 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.

CASE STUDY: Domestic assault, resisting arrest

Even though the Crown was not seeking jail time in this case, the goal was to ensure a non-criminal outcome for our client.

CASE STUDY: Charges Spousal Assault

The complainant and Mr. P were in a relationship for slightly over a year, initially residing in a small city in Northern Ontario before moving to Peterborough for a brief 3-month period. They did not have any children together, and the complainant was pursuing her studies while being in the relationship. In late winter of 2023, the Peterborough Police received a distress call from the complainant, reporting that her boyfriend, Mr. P, was assaulting her.

CASE STUDY: Charges Domestic Assault and Assault with a Weapon

Mr. G and Ms. G had been in a relationship for approximately 12 years, sharing a residence, though they did not have children together. During the spring of 2022, the complainant reported an alleged assault by Mr. G to the police. She also disclosed an earlier incident from the summer of 2013 where Mr. G had allegedly thrown a hammer at her head.

CASE STUDY: Spousal Assault in Belleville

On a winter’s morning of 2023, at 03:28 a.m., the police received a dispatch call regarding a domestic dispute. The complainant and homeowner, Mr. F, reported that Ms. A, his friend’s girlfriend, was intoxicated and engaged in an argument with her boyfriend, Mr. B.

CASE STUDY: Belleville Sexual Assault Charges

Our client, Mr. M, was a middle-aged man with adult children and who had no criminal record. He was accused of sexual assault by two of his children, who claimed that the alleged assaults had taken place over a period of several years between 20 and 30 years prior.

CASE STUDY: Sexual Assault Charges in Peterborough

Our client, Mr. C, was a middle-aged man with a wife and kids and no prior criminal record. He found himself facing serious allegations, however, when he was accused of sexually assaulting the daughter of a former partner nearly 20 years prior.

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: 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: Domestic Spousal Assault in Belleville

The complainant alleged that a verbal altercation ensued, leading to Mr. D and the victim engaging in a physical dispute.

CASE STUDY: Charges Domestic Assault x2 in Oshawa

In the early fall of 2022, a verbal disagreement erupted between the complainant and Ms. G, revolving around household chores.

CASE STUDY: Domestic Assault in Milton

The complainant alleged that the accused had slapped him multiple times on various parts of his face, causing him to retreat to the bathroom and call 911.

CASE STUDY: Charges Domestic assault and Mischief under $5,000.00 Client: Mr. S

The client’s primary objective was to resolve the charges in a manner that would not jeopardize his FAST PASS status.

CASE STUDY: Domestic Assault Charges in Belleville

The goal here was to have the accused found ‘not guilty’ by raising a reasonable doubt as to whether he had actually committed the act in question.

CASE STUDY: Conditional Discharge – Assault Causing Bodily Harm

An accused that agrees to participate in counselling, community service hours, and agreements to uphold the peace, saves the government money and helps put the accused back in society where they can be a productive citizen.

CASE STUDY: Charges Withdrawn – Domestic Assault

When an incident happens between two people in private, the case is often a complicated battle between two sides of the story.

CASE STUDY: Withdrawal for Peace Bond – Domestic Assault and Failure to Comply with Conditions

We began supporting Mr. M not after his initial charge of assault, but after his failure to comply charge. He had been charged with assault in the domestic context after a small argument with his girlfriend, during which she alleged he shoved her. He was released on a promise to appear before the court, and one of the conditions of the release was to avoid contact with the complainant.

CASE STUDY: Domestic Assault x2 & Mischief Under x2 – Charges Withdrawn

After multiple complaints to police made by Mr. H.s spouse, charges of domestic assault and mischief were laid. The allegations consisted of Mr. H damaging the complainant’s property as well as pushing his wife, grabbing her by the throat and choking. Additionally, the allegations were that the assaults took place while Ms. H was pregnant.

CASE STUDY: Domestic Assault x3, Criminal Harassment, Mischief Under & Theft Under – Charges Withdrawn

After a review of all disclosure materials with Mr. C it was evident that the complainant came forward with false allegations.

CASE STUDY: Domestic Assault – Withdrawn

After discussions with the Crown as well as Ms. L, it was agreed that after Ms. L completes anger management counselling her charges will be withdrawn.


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