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R v. B.C. | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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R. v. B.C.

Between
Her Majesty the Queen, and
B.C.

[2003] O.J. No. 4142

Ontario Court of Justice
Brampton, Ontario
Shilton J.

Oral judgment: August 11, 2003.
(53 paras.)
Charges:

Section 130 – Highway Traffic Act

 

Counsel:

 

J. Kalina, for the Crown.
T. Pain, for the accused, Mr. Causer.

 

SHILTON J. (orally):—

¶ 1      MR. KALINA: Returning to B.C. numbers 12 to 13.

¶ 2      MR. PAIN: It’s B.C., Your Honour.

¶ 3      MR. KALINA: B.C.

¶ 4      THE COURT: Yes.

¶ 5      MR. KALINA: On the ten o’clock list.

¶ 6      MR. PAIN: Yes, Your Honour, this ...

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R. v. L.D. | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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R. v. Donald

Between
Her Majesty the Queen, and
Lawrence Donald

[2005] O.J. No. 3433

Ontario Court of Justice
Barrie, Ontario
J.N. Wilson J.

Oral judgment: April 18, 2005.
(16 paras.)
Charges: S. 254(b) Criminal Code of Canada – Over 80 mg.
Counsel:
Ms. M.A. Alexander, Counsel for the Crown
T.K. Pain, Esq., Counsel for the Accused

REASONS FOR JUDGMENT
1 J.N. WILSON J. (orally):— I think you have some difficulties, and you did the best you could, but she did ...

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R. v. R.J. | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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Case Name:
R. v. R.J.

Between
Her Majesty the Queen, respondent, and
R.J., appellant

[2002] O.J. No. 3143
Court File No. C37651

Ontario Court of Appeal
Toronto, Ontario
Doherty, Rosenberg and Cronk JJ.A.

August 9, 2002.
(2 paras.)

Counsel:
Tushar K. Pain, for the appellant.
No counsel mentioned for the respondent.

The judgment of the Court was delivered by

¶ 1      DOHERTY J.A. (endorsement):— The trial judge did not have the benefit of this court’s decision in R. v. Schan, [2002] O.J. No. 600, (February 15, 2002).  In ...

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R. v. C.B. | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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ONTARIO COURT OF JUSTICE

HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN

v.

CARLL BENSON

* * * * * * * * * *

C O U R T P R O C E E D I N G S

BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MADAM JUSTICE M. XXXXXX,
On December 1, 2006, at Toronto, Ontario

* * * * * * * * * *

APPEARANCES

Mr. XXXX Counsel for the Crown

Mr. T. Pain Counsel for the Accused

R. v. Carll Benson

Friday, December 1, 2006

CROWN COUNSEL: Is there someone here for Mr. Benson? ...

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R. v. Mary Peel | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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Background
Mary had it all – a loving husband, two beautiful children, and a successful business. Several years earlier, Mary had an extra-marital affair with a close family friend, Barney. It was an indiscretion that she regretted almost immediately. She confessed to her husband and they worked through their differences. Barney, however, could not let go. He persisted in contacting Mary and showering her with unwanted gifts. After several years of telling Barney that she was not interested, Mary ...

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R. v. S.G. | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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R. v. S.G.

Between
Her Majesty the Queen, and
S.G.

[2002] O.J. No. 5021

Ontario Court of Justice
Toronto, Ontario
Di Zio J.

December 10, 2002.
(5 paras.)

Counsel:
E. Jackson, for the Crown.
T. Pain, for the accused.

¶ 1      DI ZIO J.:— I’ve reached the decision in the S.G. application.  We’re dealing with two charges here; one charge of assault and the other a fail to comply with a probation order.  Both matters are simple and straight forward cases.  The assault is a one-witness case.

¶ 2    ...

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R. v. B.R. | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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Indexed as:
R. v. B.R.

Between
Her Majesty the Queen, and
B.R.

[1999] O.J. No. 2149

Ontario Court of Justice (General Division)
Barrie, Ontario
Lack J.

Oral judgment: January 8, 1999.
(6 pp.)

Counsel:
D. Russell, for the Crown.
T. Pain, for the accused.

¶ 1      LACK J. (orally):— I have reviewed all of the sentencing materials and as well I have reviewed the presentence report, which I found very helpful.  I have also found the submissions of counsel helpful.

¶ 2      The accused before the court is a first ...

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R. v. Willy Chu | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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ONTARIO COURT OF JUSTICE

HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN

v.

WILLY CHU
_______________________

Charge: Assault C.C.C.

Before The Honourable Justice XXXX
heard at the Courthouse, XXX, Ontario
on Monday, May XX, 20XX

REASONS FOR JUDGMENT

APPEARANCES: XXXX Counsel for the Crown
T. Pain Counsel for Willy Chu

The Court (Orally):
Mr. Willy Chu is charged with assaulting his wife, now his former wife, Kim Dy.
The incident allegedly took place on September the 25th, 2007 in the matrimonial home. Ms. Dy testified that on that day she and ...

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R. v. A.A. | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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Case Name:
R. v. A.A.

Between
Her Majesty the Queen, respondent, and
A.A., appellant

[2002] O.J. No. 2224
Court File No. 172/99

Ontario Superior Court of Justice
Beaulieu J.

Heard: May 3 and November 14, 2001; February 13 and May 16,
2002.
Judgment: June 3, 2002.
(42 paras.)

Counsel:
Peter van den Bergh, for the respondent.
Tushar K. Pain, for the appellant.

BEAULIEU J.:—

Introduction

¶ 1      On June 17, 1999, the appellant, A.A., pleaded guilty to two counts of fail to comply with recognizance, contrary to s. 508 of ...

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R. v. F.M. | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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Case Name:
R. v. Morris

Between
Her Majesty the Queen, and
Filipo Morris

[2005] O.J. No. 3459

Ontario Court of Justice
W.A. Gorewich J.

January 18, 2005.
(30 paras.)
Counsel:
Ms. A. Zagorski for the Crown
Mr. T. Pain For the Accused

1 W.A. GOREWICH J.:— Mr. Morris entered a guilty plea to a count of sexual touching for a sexual purpose, contrary to s. 151 of the Criminal Code. On April the 13th, 2004, the Crown elected to proceed summarily in this matter. ...

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