Our client was charged with fraud. Client received a conditional discharge granted after lengthy negotiations with the Crown.
Author: Nicholas Robinson, Criminal Lawyer
Client was charged with Assault with a weapon cc.267(a) on their domestic partner. Client was also charged with Mischief cc.430(4). Guilty plea to assault. The sentence consists of 6-month conditional discharge with probation and conditions to attend anger management. No criminal conviction recorded after client received conditional discharge.
Client was charged with Assault cc.267 and Assault with Choking cc.267(c) their domestic partner. After reviewing evidence and discussions with the Crown, all charges were dropped by way of Stay of Proceedings. No criminal conviction recorded.
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