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  • Dear Michael, Thank you very much for helping me with my problem.Your kindness, generosity and understanding are greatly appreciated! Best wishes! -B.L. The post appeared first on Mines & Company Law Corporation. … Read more »

  • R. vs. P.S.A. – Vancouver Provincial Court

    Charge: Assault. Issue: Whether there was a substantial likelihood of a conviction. Result: Mr. Johnson was able to direct Crown counsel to gaps in the police investigation resulting in Crown deciding to not approve any charge in this matter. No criminal record. The post R. vs. P.S.A. – Vancouver Pr … Read more »

  • R. vs. S.J. – Port Coquitlam Provincial Court

    Charge: Driving While Prohibited. Issue: Whether the crown would be able to prove that our client was the driver of the vehicle. Result: We were able to persuade Crown counsel that there was problem with the identification evidence and, therefore, to proceed on the lesser offence of driving without … Read more »

  • R. vs. M.L. – Vancouver Provincial Court

    Charge: Assault; Uttering Threats (domestic). Issue: Given the rehabilitative steps our client achieved under our direction, whether there was a public interest in proceeding with the criminal prosecution. Result: Mr. Johnson was able to persuade Crown counsel to stay the charges.  All restrictive c … Read more »

  • R. vs. C.S. – Port Coquitlam Provincial Court

    Charge: Assault (domestic). Issue: Whether there was a substantial likelihood of a conviction. Result: Mr. Mines was able to point to a lack of evidence with respect to the charge resulting in Crown counsel entering a stay of proceedings. No criminal record. The post R. vs. C.S. – Port Coquitlam Pro … Read more »