R. v. G

Updated: Jan 10

October 2016

Ariel’s client was charged with murder in a cold case where advances in forensic

technology allowed police to locate G.’s fingerprints and DNA at the scene of the homicide. At

trial, Ariel convinced the judge to take the exceptional step of staying the proceedings (the

functional equivalent of an acquittal) due to evidence lost or destroyed by the police.

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