R. v. R

Updated: Jan 10

October 2011


Ariel argued before a jury that the white complainant falsely reported a sexual assault

when she became pregnant and did not want to admit that she had a consensual sexual encounter

with the defendant, a black male. The jury accepted this argument and Ariel’s client was

acquitted.

2 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

January 2022 Ariel successfully appealed a Superior Court judge's decision to commit his client to trial on a charge of first degree murder, arguing that the preliminary inquiry judge was correct in f

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 know

July 2021 Ariel's client was acquitted of possessing a loaded handgun despite videos of a person who appeared to be him in possession of the gun. His confession to possessing the firearm was excluded