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  • R. vs. K.C. – Richmond Provincial Court

    Charges: Fraud Under $5000; Possession of Stolen Property (from Employer). Issue: Given our client’s circumstances and the circumstances of the offence, whether it was in the public interest to proceed with a criminal prosecution. Result: Mr. Johnson was able to persuade Crown counsel to refer our c … Read more »

  • R. vs. McKenzie – Vancouver Provincial Court

    Charge: Assault. Issue: Given the rehabilitative steps we were able to guide our client through, whether it was in the public interest to proceed with the criminal [prosecution. Result: Mr. Johnson was able to persuade Crown counsel to stay the assault charge and to make a joint submission for a Pea … Read more »

  • R. vs. H.V. – Vancouver Youth Justice Court

    Charges: Sexual Assault. Issue: Whether the Crown was able to provide the additional disclosure that Mr. Johnson demanded before proceeding to trial. Result: In the face of Mr. Johnson’s application, Crown counsel elected to enter a complete stay of proceedings. No criminal record. The post R. vs. H … Read more »

  • R. vs. T.K. and H.B. – Surrey RCMP Investigation

    Charges: Assault (x2). Issue: Whether there was a substantial likelihood of a conviction. Result: Mr. Mines was able to provide additional information to police and Crown which resulted in Crown deciding to not approve any criminal charges. The post R. vs. T.K. and H.B. – Surrey RCMP Investigation a … Read more »

  • R. vs. M.M. – Courtenay Provincial Court

    Charges: Sexual Assault (police investigation). Issue: Whether it was in the public interest to proceed with criminal charges. Result: Mr. Johnson was able to persuade police that it was in the parties’ best interest and not contrary to the public interest to resolve this matter through Restorative … Read more »