1. Regina v. M.V. [Calgary Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, January 2009]

Client charged with possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking (35 grams packaged in multiple units), simple possession of marijuana, proceeds of crime and breach of a recognizance. Client was a driver of a motor vehicle which was searched without warrant by the police. At the conclusion of trial proceedings in the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta the trial Justice found M.V. to be not guilty of all drug charges. Client was found guilty of the least serious offence of breaching a recognizance.

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