Convictions for many property offences carry severe penalties and can have a profound impact on your future. You may lose your job which will make it difficult for you to maintain your income and most importantly, your way of life. Whether you have been charged with Fraud, Mischief, Break and Enter or Robbery, do not plead guilty without consulting with a criminal defence lawyer. You may have a defence. Contacting a Toronto property crime lawyer at the earliest possible opportunity can help you avoid self-incrimination and ensure that your rights are protected throughout the criminal court process.
R v. K.V.
Client found not guilty of Mischief Under $5000. No criminal record.
R v T.B.
My client and another individual were charged with Break & Enter (dwelling) following an evening of drunken debauchery. Over $2,500 worth of goods were stolen from the victim’s condominium, including cell phones, laptops, purses and credit cards. The evidence against my client was very weak and the crown agreed that it did not have a reasonable prospect of conviction. The charge was eventually withdrawn. No jail. No criminal record.
R v S.A.
My client’s charges of Robbery and Possess Prohibited Weapon were withdrawn at the College Park courthouse. No jail. No criminal record.
R v Z.B.
My client was charged with Break & Enter (dwelling) after his fingerprints were found at the scene of the incident. Following successful resolution discussions the crown agreed to withdraw the charge. No jail. No criminal record.