Author: Nicholas Robinson, Criminal Lawyer

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R. v. T. C.

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.

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Vancouver’s DTES Community Responds to Drug Decriminalization in B.C.

Video: CBC Vancouver: Is B.C.’s drug decriminalization a good idea? British Columbia took a significant step on January 31st, 2023, by decriminalizing the possession of limited quantities of specific drugs. While the province’s three-year pilot initiative received criticism for being a “half measure,” it also garnered praise as an […]