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Recent Cases

SOME OF EVERSTONE LAW CRIMINAL CASES

CRIMINAL DEFENCE LAWYER – Criminal Code of Canada, Controlled Drugs Substances Act; etc. YOUTH OFFENCES CRIMINAL DEFENCE LAWYER (YOUNG OFFENDERS LAWYER) – Youth Criminal Justice Act

  • R v. M.K. - (Assault x2 & Utter Threat) – Domestic Assault / Utter Threats Lawyer
    Accused charged with Assault and Utter threat contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada. The alleged charges were in a domestic context - husband and wife. The assigned Crown Prosecutor was seeking a conviction with respect to these charges. However, after successful pretrial negotiations with the Crown Prosecutor, the accused was granted a peace bond and the charges were withdrawn. No conviction.
  • R v. D.P (Assault) – Assault Lawyer
    Accused charged with Assault (simpliciter) contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada. The context of the situation was a road rage incident. The Crown Prosecutor was seeking a Discharge with probation. However, after successful advocacy at the Ontario Court of Justice by Criminal Lawyer, the accused was sentenced to a discharge without any probation conditions. No conviction registered against client.
  • R v. M.U. – (Assault) – Domestic Assault Lawyer
    Accused charged with Assault contrary the Criminal Code of Canada. The allegations were in a domestic situation. Husband and wife argument. The Crown Prosecutor was seeking a conviction as the accused has repeated an assault on the same complainant. The Crown was seeking a conviction at sentencing. However, after successful advocacy and negotiations by Criminal Lawyer the accused was sentenced to Discharge. No conviction registered against client.
  • R v. N.M (Criminal Harassment) – Criminal Harassment Lawyer
    Accused was charged with Criminal Harassment contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada. The alleged facts of the case were in a domestic context. Due to the serious circumstances of the offence, the Crown Prosecutor was seeking a period of incarceration (Jail). However, after fierce and successful negotiations during pretrial at the Ontario Court of Justice, the matter was resolved by means of no jail.
  • R v. V.D. (Assault) - Domestic Assault Lawyer
    Accused charged with Assault contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada. Husband/Wife argument in a domestic context. Based on the facts of the case, the Crown Prosecutor was seeking a conviction at sentencing. However, after successful pretrial negotiations by Criminal Lawyer with the Crown Prosecutor and given the personal circumstances of the offender, the accused received a Discharge. No conviction registered against client.
  •  R v M.R (Assault) - Assault Lawyer
    Accused charged with Assault contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada. This was not a domestic situation but rather in the context of neighbour disputes. The Crown prosecutor was seeking a conviction. After successful advocacy at the Ontario Court of Justice by Criminal Lawyer, the accused received a discharge. No conviction registered against client.
  • R v A.G - (Assault with weapon; Assault) - Assault with Weapon Lawyer
    Accused was charged with multiple charges of Assault and Assault with weapon during a heavy gang brawl. The complainant suffered extensive injuries. However, due to weaknesses of the Crown Prosecutors case, and many triable issues, and fierce advocacy the matter was resolved via peace bond. No conviction registered against client. No Conviction registered against client.
  • R v. R.J (Utter Threat) – Domestic Utter Threat Lawyer
    Accused Charged with Utter Threat contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada. The facts of the case were in a domestic context. Boyfriend and Girlfriend relationship. The facts indicated that the victim was fearful for her safety. After successful advocacy and pretrial negotiations, the accused was granted a discharge. No Conviction registered against client.
  • R v. D.M (Theft Under $5,000) – Theft Under 5000 Lawyer
    Accused was charged with theft under $5,000 contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada, alongside a co-accused for stealing from a retail store. Given the facts of the offence, the Crown Prosecutor was seeking a conviction. However, after successful advocacy the charges were withdrawn.
  • R v K.V. (Possession of Weapon; Dangerous Weapon) – Youth Offence Lawyer/ Young Offender Lawyer
    Accused was a Young Offender charged with multiple charges on school property. After successful pretrial discussions with the assigned Crown Prosecutor, the matter was agreeable to diversion. Upon completion of the program by the accused, charges were withdrawn.
  • R v H.D. (Utter Threat) – Utter Threat Lawyer
    Accused was a Young Offender and charged with Utter Threat contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada in the context of teen bullying. After successful pretrial discussions with the assigned Crown Prosecutor, the matter was agreeable to diversion. Upon completion of the program by the accused, charges were withdrawn.
  • R v. R.A. (Assault) – Assault Lawyer
    Accused was a Young offender and was charged with Criminal Code offence on public grounds. After successful pretrial discussions with the assigned Crown Prosecutor the matter was agreeable to informal diversion. Upon completion of diversion by the accused, charges were withdrawn.

& MANY MORE WIDE AREAS OF SUCCESSFUL CRIMINAL CASES.
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