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Xi Wan | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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Case Name:

R. v. Wan

Between

Her Majesty the Queen, Plaintiff, and

Xi Wan, Defendant

[2011] O.J. No. 63XX

Ontario Court of Justice

Brampton, Ontario

R. Kelly J.

Oral judgment: November 25, 2011.

(50 paras.)

Charges: Section 267(b) and 264.1(1)(a) Criminal Code of Canada

Counsel:

A. Gauthier – Counsel for the Crown.

T. Pain – Counsel for the Accused.

 

 

1 R. KELLY J (orally):– This case first came before me on June 8th. Much of that day was occupied with an inquiry into the competency of the interpreter who had been assigned to the courtroom. ...

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Xi, Toronto | Client and Colleague Testimonials for Toronto Criminal Defence Lawyer

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When a good man gets a legal trouble, do not feel scared. Just contact Mr. Tushar Pain. As his client, I do recommend this great lawyer, This professional lawyer always gives his points and help you out of troubles.
regards,
Xi, Toronto
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Camero Silver, Hamilton | Client and Colleague Testimonials for Toronto Criminal Defence Lawyer

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“I’d like to share 4 of the most beautiful words I’ve ever heard. NOT GUILTY and TUSHAR PAIN. If you’re reading this you probably need a criminal defence attorney and in my opinion it doesn’t get any better than Tushar Pain. In March 2007 I was arrested and charged with Assault causing bodily harm and I was devastated. Being arrested was one of the most frightening experiences of my life.

When I was released on bail I immediately started ...

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R. v. Camero Silver | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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ONTARIO COURT OF JUSTICE

HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN

v.

CAMERO SILVER

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REASONS FOR JUDGMENT

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BEFORE THE HONOURABLE JUSTICE XXXX
On February xx, 20xx, at XXXX, Ontario

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APPEARANCES:
XXXX Counsel for the Crown
T. Pain Counsel for Camero Silver

The Court (Orally):
Okay. I have my judgment in this matter. Given the relative brevity of the trial and the fact that the evidence and your submissions are very fresh in my mind, and the fact that it is twenty-five after four, I will endeavour to set ...

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