Sexual Assault & Criminal Harassment
Sexual assaults and criminal harassment can be some of the most difficult and highly charged cases to defend. To properly defend a person charged under these sections requires knowledge of the special evidentiary rules in place – especially with the new Legislation put in place on December 11, 2017 by the Federal government; and as well a degree of skill in handling the complainant and other witnesses during the course of the trial. Put simply, it requires a deft, but firm approach.
R. v. H.H.: Client charged with sexual assault with a weapon, threatening death, assault with a weapon, overcome resistance by choking, sexual assault & assault; as well as possession for the purpose of trafficking in cocaine; MDMA, Fentanyl, morphine & methamphetamine. After two separate trials, client acquitted on all counts except for one count of simple assault for 6 months probation.
R. v. P.M.: Client charged with sexual assault, sexual interference, invitation to sexual touching and voyeurism. Following numerous pre-trial applications, and a lengthy trial in the Superior Court of Justice, the client was acquitted of all offences.
R. v. H.W.: Client was facing serious historical allegations of sexual assault and sexual interference. Following extensive cross examination of the Crown witnesses at trial, client was acquitted of all offences by the trial judge.
R. v. M.H.: Client charged with sexual assault, and following a highly contested trial in the Superior Court, was found not guilty by the trial judge.
R. . M.T.: Client charged with two (2) counts of sexual assault, and following a lengthy trial in the Ontario court of Justice, was found not guilty of all of the offences before the court.
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