Posts Tagged 'dangerous driving'

H.B., Markham | Client and Colleague Testimonials for Toronto Criminal Defence Lawyer

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“Tushar is a very good listener, has a keen eye on details and very knowledgeable on the case at hand.”
“Being caught in the web of the criminal justice system can be too overwhelming. You will be faced with circumstances that you alone cannot deal with. Finding the right lawyer is essential. When everything was a blur and I felt that there was no hope, Tushar came to my aid. After meeting with him, he gave me a sense ...

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B.C., Toronto | Client and Colleague Testimonials for Toronto Criminal Defence Lawyer

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“Tushar approached my case in a way I never would have thought of and it worked very well.”
“I recently found myself charged with a criminal offence, and needed to find a criminal defence lawyer. After reading Tushar’s website, I decided on him and am glad I did. Tushar approached my case in a way I never would have thought of and it worked very well. He knows what he is doing and what needs to be done and ...

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B.T., Richmond Hill | Client and Colleague Testimonials for Toronto Criminal Defence Lawyer

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“Tushar put together a defense strategy that ultimately resulted in the Crown withdrawing the charge.”
“My case was unusual to me. A complete stranger on a cell phone reports to police what he suspects is a driving infraction. Taking into account his every word, not having witnessed any traffic violations, the police immediately laid a criminal charge. With a clean driving record of over 40 years, I was confused, to say the least, as to what to do next. ...

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Steven Johns., Newmarket | Client and Colleague Testimonials for Toronto Criminal Defence Lawyer

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“Having never encountered an issue with the law, when I received my dangerous driving ticket, I was uncertain as to what to do, but knew the first step was to obtain a lawyer. I visited a few lawyers and was not impressed. After speaking with Tushar for the first time, I felt comfortable with him, as he presented himself as highly competent and seemed confident in my case. Unfortunately, my case went to trial, but Tushar’s skill in the ...

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R. v. Steven Johns | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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ONTARIO COURT OF JUSTICE

HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN

v.

STEVEN JOHNS

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J U D G M E N T

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BEFORE HIS HONOUR JUSTICE P. B.
On January 28, 2008,
At NEWMARKET, Ontario

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CHARGES: s. 249 (1) (a) C.C. – Dangerous Operation Vehicle

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APPEARANCES:

C. Raines Counsel for the Crown

T. Pain Counsel for Steven Johns

Monday, January 28, 2008

JUDGMENT

Justice B., P. (Orally):

On June 15th, 2007, the defendant, Steven Johns, was operating his motor vehicle eastbound on Belleview Side Road. The day was sunny and clear.

Officer Dale was operating an unmarked ...

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

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Case Name:
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. R.M. (cross-examination of police witnesses) | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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ONTARIO COURT OF JUSTICE

HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN

AGAINST

RUBEN MILLER

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EXCERPTS OF THE PROCEEDINGS AT TRIAL
[EVIDENCE CALLED]
BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MR, JUSTICE REINIER
On Monday, August 25th, 2006
At Old City Hall, TORONTO, Ontario

Courtroom 123

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APPEARANCES:

M. Kreuk, Ms. Counsel for the Crown

T. Pain, Mr. Counsel for Ruben Miller

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EXCERPT OF THE PROCEEDINGS:

HAYDEN DUBOIS: SWORN

EXAMINATION IN-CHIEF BY MS. KREUK:

Q. Good afternoon, Officer Dubois.
A. Hello.
Q. I understand you’re a member of the Toronto ...

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How to Advise Pre-Charge Clients | Criminal Defence Articles by Tushar K. Pain

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This article originally appeared in the October 18, 2002, issue of The Lawyers’ Weekly

A client seeking immediate advice tells you that she was involved in a car accident. She tells you that there was serious damage to the other vehicle but she left the scene and several hours later when she got home, she found that the police had been there and left a message that they wanted to interview her. She wants to know what she should do. ...

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