Assaults & Firearms
The lawyers at MOON GENSEY LPC all have successfully defended clients charged with these types of offences. Our ability to successfully defend is so well known that we have, for the past several years, taught other lawyers from Toronto and Peel, how to prepare and litigate such cases.
R. v. C.C.: Client charged with attempted murder for trying to shoot a male at a party. Crown abandoned prosecution after evidence of first witness. Client walked free from the prisoner’s box.
R. v. D.D.: Client charged with three counts of aggravated assault endangering life in regards to her infant son. Acquitted after a judge alone trial.
R. v. E.E.: Client charged with aggravated assault for stabbing three people at a party. Jury found client ‘not guilty’ at trial.
R. v. F.F.: Client charged with robbery with a firearm of a clothing store. Jury deliberated for less than one hour and found client not guilty.
R. v. T.B.: Youth client was charged along with several co-accused with the offences of robbery and attempted robbery. After a multi day trial, and successfully defending a similar fact application from the Crown, the accused was found not guilty of all offences before the court.
R. v. D.H.: Client was facing charges of robbery, disguise with intent, and assault with a weapon following an alleged stabbing, for which the Crown was seeking a lengthy penitentiary sentence in the range of 7-9 years. After a complex multi day preliminary hearing in the Ontario Court of Justice, the accused was discharged on all offences before the court.
R. v. G.G.: Client charged with aggravated assault for allegedly beating a fellow inmate in gaol. Jury found client ‘not guilty’ at trial.
R. v. F.F.: Client charged with three counts of attempted murder for shooting up a car with three people in it. At trial, Crown accepts plea to unlawful possession of a firearm and ammunition for seven month sentence.
R. v. G.G.: Client with possession of a prohibited firearm which was found in his suitcase. After a challenge to the Search Warrant, the Crown accepted a plea for a ‘Conditional’ or ‘house arrest’ sentence of two years less one day.
R. v. C.S.: Client was charged with numerous allegations pertaining to a former domestic partner including sexual counts of assault, assault with a weapon, and breaching his probation. Counsel secured a not guilty verdict on these charges following a trial in the Ontario Court of Justice, where the client was convicted only of the offence of mischief.
Please note the names have been anonymized to protect the identity of our clients.
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