Posts Tagged 'weapons offences'

Fake guns can have real consequences

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Recent events such as a police crackdown on look-a-like rifles could ultimately lead to further laws to regulate replicas:  read the full story here.

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

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Tushar,
Thanks for all your help. Ruben did buy a car, and I hope he puts this hard lesson learned to good work going forward. I read the Judge’s decision and was very pleased to know that he did listen to the testimonies and saw through the discrepancies, and that justice was truly served. Thanks again for all your hard work.

M.M.(Ruben’s mother), Toronto

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Shameel S., Toronto | Client and Colleague Testimonials for Toronto Criminal Defence Lawyer

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“Tushar is someone you can talk to and work with. A very good guy.”
“Tushar is a very good guy. He helped me quite a bit. Tushar is someone you can talk to and work with. He’s flexible. I really appreciated his help. I would definitely refer him to anyone needing a criminal defence lawyer.”
Shameel S., Toronto

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

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Court File No.

ONTARIO COURT OF JUSTICE
(GENERAL DIVISION)
(Toronto Region)

BETWEEN:

HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN
Respondent

–and–

NATHAN BALILALINGAM
Applicant

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APPLICANT’S FACTUM
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Part I – Statement of the Case

The Applicant, Nathan Balilalingam, was arrested and charged on February 18, 1997, together with Mr. Chris Paralingam (a young person within the meaning of the Young Offenders Act) with the offences of Point Firearm, Weapons Dangerous, Assault with a Weapon, and Utter Death Threats. On January 9, 1998, a preliminary inquiry was held and the Applicant ...

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

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Case Name:
R. v. Miller

Between
Her Majesty the Queen, and
Ruben Miller
[2006] O.J. No. XXXX
2006 ONCJ XXXX
Court File Nos. Toronto 1200222 and 1200222

Ontario Court of Justice
J.A. RENIER J.

Heard: August 28 and October 6, 2006.
Judgment: November 24, 2006.
(63 paras.)
Counsel:
Megan Kreuk for the Crown
Tushar K. Pain for Ruben Miller
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¶ 1 J.A. RENIER J.:— Ruben Miller stands charged with three offences, allegedly perpetrated on 28 August 2005, in Toronto:
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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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