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CASE STUDY: Mischief Under $5000

The client and the complainant are neighbouring property owners who have been embroiled in disputes concerning their property boundaries and a recently erected fence. During the early fall, the accused, who was before the court, left her own residence equipped with a hammer. She then entered her neighbour’s yard, proceeding to the rear of the property, where she commenced damaging a shared wooden fence.

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: 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: 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.


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