R. v. O (2011) - Client charged with Conspiracy to Import Opium, Cocaine and possession of approximately $300,000.00 as proceeds of crime - it was alleged that client conspired to import the drug by way of ship in hollowed out chairs. Court found that the police lied in obtaining wiretap authorizations and therefore evidence was illegally obtained - CHARGES WITHDRAWN
R. v. P (2011) - Client charged with Trafficking Cocaine and Possession of Proceeds, specifically $200,000.00. Client was arrested while he was sitting in motor vehicle - subsequent search of car and locating various amounts of cocaine - search warrant based on search of vehicle resulted in location of approximately $200,000 in the accused’s home - the Court established that the police lied in obtaining the search warrant - CHARGES WITHDRAWN
R. v. B - (2011) Client charged with Possession of Doda (a derivative of the opium poppy) for the Purpose of Trafficking - Execution of search warrant on B’s place of business wherein extremely large amounts of dried poppy flowers and ground poppy flowers in individual baggies were found - CLIENT FOUND NOT GUILTY
R. v. Q & V (2011) Clients charged with Conspiracy to Traffic Marihuana and Proceeds of Crime (in excess of $2,000,000.00) - execution of search warrant on hydroponic equipment retailer and at various residential dwellings where quantities of cocaine, marihuana, ecstacy and cash were seized - CLIENTS FOUND NOT GUILTY AND ALL PROPERTY RETURNED
R. v. M (2011) - Client charged with Conspiracy to Traffic in steroids - Court established that the police lied to obtain the search warrant - CHARGE WITHDRAWN
R. v. M, M & L - (2011) - Clients charged with Possession of Marihuana for the Purpose of Trafficking and Cultivating - execution of search warrant at two residences where over 1000 marihuana plants were located - CHARGES WITHDRAWN
R. v. B (2010) - Client charged with Possession of Ketomine for the Purpose of trafficking - CHARGE WITHDRAWN
R. v. G & G (2010) - Clients charged with Possession of Marihuana for the Purpose of Trafficking - it was established at trial that informant was paid police agent - CHARGES DISMISSED
R. v. C (1989) - Client charged with Importing approximately $60,000 worth of Cocaine at Pearson International Airport - the trial judge found that the client was illegally detained, searched and arrested in violation of her rights pursuant to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, CHARGES DISMISSED
R. v. S (1987) - Client charged with Importing some $20,000 worth of heroin that was taped to her body - the Court found that she had been illegally searched by custom officials as she had not been provided with her rights to counsel therefore the evidence of the drugs could not be used - CLIENT FOUND NOT GUILTY
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