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The Queen v. E.(C.) 2019

The Queen v. E.(C.) 2019 The client was pulled over in the early morning hours in Kelowna .  The police observed an open can of beer in the centre console and detected an odour of alcohol on the client’s breath.  A roadside breath demand was made and the client blew a...

The Queen v. H.(S.) 2019

The Queen v. H.(S.) 2019 After an investigation into a number of arsons, the police obtained a search warrant for the client’s house.  When conducting the search the police found two firearms that were allegedly stored contrary to regulations and in a careless...

The Queen v. D.(D.) 2019

The Queen v. D.(D.) 2019  The client was pulled over just outside of Hinton, Alberta driving a rental SUV.  Upon approaching the window, the officer smelled what he referred to as “fresh marihuana” and arrested the client on that basis.  A search of the interior of...

The Queen v. B.(C.) 2019

The Queen v. B.(C.) 2019 The client was charged with sexual assault on a person under the age of 16 after the neighbor girl reported that the client had briefly touched her private areas over her clothing.  The client was 80 years old at the time, was highly...

The Queen v. D.(M.) 2019

The Queen v. D.(M.) 2019 The police in Revelstoke were called after a concerned citizen reported that she observed a vehicle that appeared to be intentionally hitting construction zone pylons on the side of the road.  The police found the vehicle and pulled it over. ...

The Queen v. O.(A.) 2019

The Queen v. O.(A.) 2019 The client was charged with sexual assault on the basis of a complaint made by a young woman he had attended a Superbowl party with.  The complainant and the client had been “best friends” for years prior to this and had even tried dating in...