Drug Cases At A Glance

Substantial Marijuana Cases

Substantial Marijuana Cases

8. Regina v. K.H. [Provincial Court of Alberta, Calgary – March, 2012]

A one year police investigation involving extensive surveillance resulted in a warrant to search residential premises which contained a million dollar cannabis marijuana grow operation. According to the police the grow operation was highly sophisticated (a three stage grow) with well in excess of 1,000 plants. The grow operation also involved an electrical bypass and water bypass. Bottom line: we killed this prosecution in its entirety against K.H. by way of the entry of a stay of proceedings.

8. Regina v. S.M. [Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, Calgary, May 2008]

After a six month police investigation involving physical and technical surveillance police search of residential premises resulted in a seizure of 3 pounds of crack cocaine. Client was charged with three counts of possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, manufacturing cocaine and three counts of possessing proceeds of crime. A stay of proceedings was ultimately entered against S. M. on all charges.

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