Kingston · Sex Offence Against Children Allegations · Sexual Assault Allegations · Virginia Dolinska
The allegations in this matter consisted of Mr. F possessing child pornography in the form of videos and photos as well as accessing these materials online through various devices.
Police were notified with information that Mr. K was involved in an assault with his brother and left the scene intoxicated. Shortly after, Mr. K was pulled over while operating his vehicle. After making some incriminating admissions to the officers, Mr. K was asked to provide a breath sample in an approved screening device on the roadside.
Our client Mr. C came to our office with some very severe charges stemming back as far as over 20 years ago. The allegations were brought by Mr. C’s younger sister who claimed sexual abuse at the hands of her brother when she was as young as eight.
Although it took time and effort, our client was very happy with the resolution of her charges in this matter.
Internet Crimes · Kingston · Plea · Sex Offence Against Children Allegations · Sexual Assault Allegations · Virginia Dolinska
Mr. R was in his last year of high-school and in the midst of applying to university when he was charged with severe criminal offences.
After a number of discussions with the Crown Attorney and a number of Judicial Pre-Trials, the Crown agreed to amend the Mr. H’s charges and withdraw others. Mr. H entered a plea of guilty to Over 80, simple assault and breach. All other charges were withdrawn.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.
The Crown’s evidence stated Mr. L would manipulate the much younger complainant, often orchestrating alcohol fueled get-togethers where the complainant was allegedly sexually assaulted while he was intoxicated.
Our client Ms. G was operating an ATV when she struck a tree, sustaining major injuries to her head with a large cut. Charges were laid two months later after a blood analysis confirmed our client had alcohol in her body while she was operating the ATV.
Break/Enter & Property Crimes · Domestic Assault Allegations · Kingston · Virginia Dolinska · Withdrawn
After a review of all disclosure materials with Mr. C it was evident that the complainant came forward with false allegations.
The officer made inquiries on the roadside and was quickly granted authorization under the Tobacco Tax to search the entire vehicle.
Less than one week before trial the Crown ceased with the prosecution and offered to withdraw Ms. H's charges for a plea to a Highway Traffic Act offence of careless driving.
We took advantage of all available avenues and in the end, after multiple meetings with the Crown, we were able to have the charges withdrawn.
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.
Our client had stable employment that would have been jeopardized with a criminal record. We were able to get the charges withdrawn.