11. Regina v. A.G. [Medicine Hat Court of Queen’s Bench, Oct., 2007]

Client charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking as a consequence of a search of his motor vehicle during a “routine” traffic stop. The search resulted in the seizure of a large quantity (multiple kilograms) of marijuana. The police seized client’s Sequoia as proceeds of crime. The search was successfully challenged on constitution grounds and a Stay of Proceedings is a legal term used to refer to a direction by a Crown prosecutor or a Judge to the Clerk of the Court to terminate a criminal prosecution. Click for more information. was entered on all charges. The Sequoia was recovered and returned to A.G.

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