Drug Charge Lawyer in Mississauga

Client, a legal marijuana user with valid medical certificate to grow and possess marijuana, was subject to a police investigation. Police alleged client was TRAFFICKING drugs, and seized NINE POUNDS OF MARIJUANA, and over $10,000 IN CASH. Defence filed motion for Return of Seized Property on behalf of client. Defence ensured NO CHARGES LAID against client. DEFENCE MOTION WAS GRANTED and ALL SEIZED PROPERTY (all marijuana & cash) was ORDERED RETURNED TO THE CLIENT. Toronto Provincial Court.

Client charged with POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE (two counts), FAIL TO COMPLY WITH PROBATION, and FAIL TO COMPLY WITH RECOGNIZANCE. Defence review of case revealed illegal arrest and search of client. Pursuant to negotiations with federal prosecutor, ALL CHARGES WITHDRAWN against client. Toronto Provincial Court.

Client's charges of POSSESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAFFICKING COCAINE, and, TRAFFICKING COCAINE, STAYED at trial after defence filed motions for unreasonable trial delay, and, unlawful search warrant. Brampton Provincial Court.

Client charged with TRAFFICKING COCAINE, POSSESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAFFICKING MARIJUANA, and POSSESSION OF A RESTRICTED WEAPON - 3 COUNTS. At trial, defence filed numerous legal motions attacking the lawfulness of the police investigation. Defence able to resolve case without client being convicted of any offences. Guelph Superior Court.

Client charged with POSSESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAFFICKING COCAINE, POSSESION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE - MARIJUANA when found in a residence raided by police. After discussions with the Federal Crown revealed no evidence linking client to the residence, ALL CHARGES WITHDRAWN. Collingwood Provincial Court.

POSSESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAFFICKING COCAINE charge stayed after defence cross-examination of police witnesses revealed potential perjury. Brampton Superior Court.

TRAFFICKING and PROCEEDS OF CRIME charges withdrawn before trial after negotiations with Prosecution reveal illegal police arrest and search of client. Toronto Provincial Court.

MARIJUANA GROW OPERATION - Client acquitted of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Marijuana, Production of Marijuana, and Theft of Electricity charges after successfully arguing police search warrant was illegal and resulted in breach of client's privacy rights. Over 300 marijuana plants excluded as evidence. Brampton Superior Court.

POSSESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAFFICKING MARIJUANA charge dismissed after trial. Defence motion granted to exclude improper police evidence. Brampton Provincial Court.

PRODUCTION OF MARIJUANA and PROCEEDS OF CRIME charges stayed after defence motion granted due to unreasonable delay of trial. Brampton Provincial Court.

POSSESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAFFICKING MARIJUANA charge withdrawn after client alleged to be caught with substantial number of marijuana plants. Client resolves matter to personal possession of marijuana and received no criminal record. Orangeville Provincial Court.

Client's charges of POSSESSION OF COCAINE FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAFFICKING, as well as POSSESSION OF ECSTACY AND MARIJUANA charges dismissed due to illegal police entry into client's home with an insufficient search warrant. Orangeville Provincial Court.

POSSESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAFFICKING COCAINE charge withdrawn after defence motion alleging police misconduct violated client's right to fundamental justice. Brampton Provincial Court.

Client's charges of PRODUCTION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, BREACH OF RECOGNIZANE, and POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE dismissed at trial due to police illegally detaining and searching client and his vehicle. Brampton Provincial Court.

All charges, including POSSESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAFFICKING – COCAINE & PSYLOCIBIN, withdrawn against client due to successful Crown negotiations. Barrie Provincial Court.

Client's charges of CONSPIRACY TO TRAFFICK and POSSESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAFFICKING dismissed after successful negotiations with prosecution. Client alleged to have over 50 lbs of marijuana. Toronto Superior Court.

Client acquitted of TRAFFICKING COCAINE and POSSESSION OF PROCEEDS OF CRIME charges after cross examination of police witnesses, including under cover officer who was a party to the alleged trafficking, reveals serious flaws in their testimony. Toronto Superior Court.

Client stopped in vehicle by police and searched. Charged with POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA and POSSESSION OF PROCEEDS OF CRIME. After lengthy correspondence with both provincial and federal crowns, all charges withdrawn. Client had $6,400 (all monies seized from him) returned. Toronto Provincial Court.

Client charged with CONSPIRACY TO TRAFFICK HEROIN, and, IMPORT HEROIN, after RCMP sting at airport results in 9 kg seizure of heroin. After extensive cross examination of key prosecution witness at preliminary hearing, federal crown agrees to withdraw charges against client. Brampton Superior Court.

Client's acquitted at trial of charges of POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA FOR THE PURPOSE TRAFFICKING and PRODUCTION OF MARIJUANA after defence application that police search warrant used to enter client's home was illegally obtained. Oshawa Provincial Court.