R. v. C.B. - Client was charged with “Theft Over $5000” with a co-accused in relation to their employer (i.e: breach of trust scenario). After extensive review of the disclosure, we were able to demonstrate that the client’s involvement was minimal. As a result, the charge was marked withdrawn.
Client was charged with Conspiracy to Import Cocaine and Importation of Cocaine. Ultimately, at trial in the Superior Court of Justice, client was acquitted of all charges as a result of a “knowledge” defence.
Client charged with “Driving with Excess Blood Alcohol”. Prior to commencement of trial, client pled guilty to the non-criminal charge of “Careless Driving” under the Highway Traffic Act.
Client charged with: Fail to Comply with Conditions of Undertaking, Mischief Under $5000, Utter Threat to Cause Death or Bodily Harm, 2 counts of Assault, and Forcible Entry. After lengthy pre-trial discussions, client was given a “Conditional Discharge”.
Client charged with “Dangerous Driving”. Charge downgraded to “Careless Driving” under the Highway Traffic Act due to lack of accident reconstruction report and clients upfront work.
Client charged with “Careless Driving”. Charges withdrawn due to Crowns inability provide disclosure; in particular, accident reconstruction report.
Client charged with “Obstruction of Justice”. Charges stayed due to the fact that police entered clients home unlawfully.
Youth client charged with “Assault with a Weapon”. Charges were withdrawn as result of client performing upfront work and deficiencies in Crowns case.
Client charged with “Domestic Assault”. Charge withdrawn and client entered into “Common Law Peace Bond” after lengthy pre-trial discussions.
Client was charged with Aggravated Assault. At trial in the Superior Court of Justice, Mr. Passi was able to successfully demonstrate that “identification” had not been proven beyond a reasonable doubt. As a result, D.M. was acquitted.
Client was charged with Sexual Assault and Sexual Interference. At trial in the Ontario Court of Justice, Mr. Passi was able to demonstrate a number of material inconsistencies in the complainant’s evidence. As a result, M.C. had his charge dismissed.
Client was charged with Domestic Assault. At trial in the Ontario Court of Justice, Mr. Passi successfully argued that the complainant had consented to the physical contact, and as a result, the charge was marked dismissed.
Client was charged with Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle Causing Bodily Harm. At trial in the Superior Court of Justice, Mr. Passi successfully argued the defence of “necessity”, and the client was therefore acquitted.