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R. v. D.

February 2012

Ariel’s client was discharged after preliminary inquiry of arson endangering life where it was alleged that he was using butane gas to make hemp oil, which caused a large explosion that completely destroyed two houses. The court was not satisfied that there was sufficient evidence of Ariel’s client’s involvement.

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