Regina v. K.A.A. [Provincial Court – August 2012]

KAA was a middle aged family man with no prior history with the police. KAA and his wife accepted an invitation to a dinner party at the residence of a couple with whom they’ve had a someone tenuous relationship. According to the female host of the dinner party, KAA sexually assaulted her when no one was looking. The alleged victim said nothing at the time to suggest that KAA had done anything wrong but two weeks later a complaint of …

Regina v. D.K.J. [Provincial Court – February 2012]

DKJ was charged with sexually assaulting his adult step-daughter. DKJ’s account of events and that of the complainant were diametrically opposed – the critical issue was that of “consent”. DKJ maintained his innocence and the matter scheduled for trial. On the date scheduled for trial the complainant had a complete change of heart with respect to what actually transpired. Bottom Line: Patrick Fagan was successful in having all charges completely withdrawn.