Cases At A Glance
Substantial Marijuana Cases
Regina v. C.C.C.
Cultivation/production of marijuana and possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking. $400,000.00 grow operation. Verdicts of Not Guilty entered at the end of a one week trial.
Regina v. J.& M.
Production/cultivation and possession for the purpose of trafficking prosecution. Major residential grow operation. Verdicts of Not Guilty entered relative to both accused at end of one week trial.
Regina v. S.J.
Possession of 30 pounds of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking. Pipeline/Interdiction case. Charge reduced to Simple Possession of marijuana at preliminary inquiry.
Regina v. E.J. & E.D.
Cultivation/production and possession for the purpose of trafficking. 100 plant 3 stage marijuana grow operation. Resolved for both accused by way of Simple Possession of marijuana.
Regina v. Q.T.T. & J.
Cultivation/production and possession for the purpose of trafficking. Marijuana grow operation valued at ½ million to 1 million dollars. Crown unable to prove its case at preliminary inquiry due to insurmountable witness problems – Stay of proceedings entered.
Regina v. M.M.M.
Client was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking and commercial production relative to a sophisticated 3 stage 422 cannabis marijuana plant grow operation located in the basement of his home. Bottom Line: matter resolved by way of simple possession and all other charges completely withdrawn on the first day of a full week trial.
R. v. Z.Y.Z.
CHARGE: Possession of cannabis marihuana for the purpose of trafficking.
RESULT: All evidence seized by police excluded at trial under the Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms.
Drug investigation conducted under the guise of a traffic stop results in the seizure of 40 pounds of cannabis marihuana.