R. v. D

October 2020

Ariel’s client was discharged after preliminary inquiry of Attempted Murder and Discharge firearm stemming from a shooting where the complainant was shot 17 times but survived. Although Ariel’s client’s DNA was present on a hat sworn by the shooter at the scene and an eyewitness identified him to police, the Court was not satisfied that there was sufficient evidence of identity and discharged him.

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