R. v. D.

Updated: Jan 10

February 2016

Sharon’s client was acquitted of a gun possession after she successfully argued that there was a breach of section 8 of the Charter, that the search was unreasonable. The Crown withdrew the second gun that the client was charged with because it was based on the same faulty search grounds as the first gun.

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