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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.

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