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R.J., Toronto | Client and Colleague Testimonials for Toronto Criminal Defence Lawyer

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“Tushar is a very professional lawyer that takes his cases seriously and does all possible to assist his clients. With his skills and knowledge I attained the desired results and justice was reached. I am glad to have had Tushar as my lawyer, without him I believe favourable results would not have been reached. His professionalism, tact and attention to details create results. Thank you for all you help.”

Robert James, Toronto

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R. v. Mary Peel | Client and Colleague Testimonials for Toronto Criminal Defence Lawyer

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Dear Tushar,

My experience with you over the last 4 months as my Lawyer has been so emotional. You not only provided a service to me as my lawyer but demonstrated your empathy, concern, and genuine caring not only for me but also for Charles (my husband) which I am so overwhelmed and grateful to you for as he has gone through so much because of me – there is no amount of money that could be paid to receive ...

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W.Z., Toronto | Client and Colleague Testimonials for Toronto Criminal Defence Lawyer

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Dear Tushar:

It is just days after the conclusion of my trial, and words cannot express how grateful and pleased I am in the outcome and the services that you provided.

When I was criminally charged one year ago in June 2005, I was devastated. However, immediately after employing your services, you have calmed my nerves and guided me through this entire process with sensitivity to the nature of the charges and with confidence in me. You have left me both ...

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R. v. W.Z. | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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ONTARIO COURT OF JUSTICE
HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN
v.
WILLY ZANE
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HEARD BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE J.M. PROSE
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PROCEEDINGS AT TRIAL

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S. BURKE, ESQ. — For the Crown
T. PAIN, ESQ. — For the Accused

THE COURT: All right, then, the matter of Willy Zane, you are prepared to proceed? MR. BURKE: Yes.
THE COURT: Counsel is prepared to proceed?
MR. PAIN: Yes.
THE COURT: Counsel’s name for the record?
MR. PAIN: It’s “Pain,” Your Honour. It’s spelled P-A-I-N; first ...

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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. R.J. | Examples Of Favourable Verdicts

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Toronto Region

Her Majesty The Queen

v.

Robert James

Proceedings at Court

Before His Worship Justice of the Peace T. Fowler
May 28, 2007, at Toronto, Ontario

Courtroom 505

Appearances
Ms. A. Molly – Counsel for the Crown
Mr. T. Pain – Counsel for the Accused

Ms. Molly: Robert James at 137.

Mr. Pain: Good morning, Your Worship. My name is Pain, P-A-I-N, initial T. I’m appearing as designated counsel, pursuant to a designation that was filed some time ago. I understand that Ms. Molly will be withdrawing ...

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