Drug Cases At A Glance

Simple Possession Cases

Regina v. D.D.

Possession of marijuana. Seizure during stop for speeding. Verdict of Not Guilty entered at trial.

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Regina v. X.X.X.

Possession of cocaine and morphine by fireman in washroom of casino. Charge Withdrawn.

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Regina v. S.M.R.

Possession of morphine by musician in vehicle. Charge Withdrawn.

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Regina v. S.B. & P.P.

Possession of cannabis marijuana in a vehicle by U.S. business persons. Charges Withdrawn.

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Regina v. D.B.

Possession of cannabis marijuana by professional musician from U.S. Charge Withdrawn at trial due to “service” issue.

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Regina v. K.K.K.

Possession of morphine, cocaine, marijuana and a knife. All charges Withdrawn at trial due to a certificate of analysis problem.

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Regina v. X.X.X.

Olympic athlete charged with simple possession of marijuana. Charge Withdrawn.

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Regina v. D.S.

Possession of cocaine during police walk-through of bar. Charge Withdrawn.

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Regina v. D.M.

Possession of cocaine. Charge Withdrawn.

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Regina v. S.C.

Possession of cocaine. Charge Withdrawn due to problematic certificate of analysis.

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Regina v. M.H.

Possession of cocaine and marijuana by executive. Both charges Withdrawn.

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Regina v. C.M.

Roughneck charged with Simple Possession. Withdrawal of charge on date of trial.

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Regina v. T.J.

Possession of marijuana by family/businessman. Charge Withdrawn.

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Regina v. J.F.

Possession of marijuana and brass knuckles. Problematic Information (formal charging document) results in Withdrawal of all charges.

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Regina v. C.D.

Hockey fan charged with possession of marijuana while leaving the game. Charge Withdrawn on date of trial.

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Regina v. D.E.M.

Possession of morphine and cannabis marijuana. Both charges to be withdrawn on completion of Alternative Measures.

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