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R. v B.

December 2021

Ariel's client was acquitted of serious fentanyl trafficking and firearm possession charges in Superior Court after the trial judge found that there was a reasonable doubt about his knowledge of the presence of the items in a vehicle where he was the driver and sole occupant. The trial judge also found that the police breached Mr. B's rights to counsel under the Charter.

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