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The Queen v. F.(W.) 2020 #2

  The client was pulled over leaving a bar in Revelstoke after a cab driver tipped off police that the client may be impaired driving.  The client blew a fail into a roadside device and was taken to the police station to provide samples.  At the police station he...

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The Queen v. B.(H.) 2020

  The police responded to a single vehicle accident in the middle of a sunny clear day on a straight stretch of road.  The client was found near the vehicle and when the officer spoke to him he noted that the client reeked of alcohol and had some slurred speech. ...

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The Queen v. F.(W.) 2020

    The police executed a search warrant at the client’s home after they identified a computer in the home as being responsible for accessing illegal pornography on the internet .  After the police executed the search warrant the client attempted to kill himself...

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The Queen v. B.(D.) 2020 #2

   While on bail for allegedly possessing fentanyl for the purposes of trafficking, the client was again arrested for the same offence after the police followed him around town and observed him to make a number of short duration meets with known drug addicts. ...

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The Queen v. R.(F.) 2020

  A man arrived home one evening and saw a man sleeping behind the wheel of his truck on the side of the road, near the man’s driveway.  Soon later, the man saw the truck drive away but roll over into a ditch only a short distance down the road.  The man called...

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The Queen v. S.(B.) 2020

  The client was charged with two counts of uttering death threats after a young man and his father complained to the police in Port Coquitlam that the client and his “business partner” had left threatening voicemails for them over a drug debt that allegedly had...

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The Queen v. D.(S.) 2020

  The client was charged with sexual assault and sexual interference after the daughter of his long time girlfriend told police that during her summer trip the prior year to visit her mother and the client, the client had fondled her breasts and touched her...

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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 fail.  After that...

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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 manner.  The client was...

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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 vehicle revealed...

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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 intoxicated at the time of...

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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.  One thing led to...

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