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The Queen v. S.(T.) 2018

A police officer observed a car take a number of seconds to begin moving forward after a stop light turned green.  He followed the vehicle for a short distance and decided to pull it over to check the driver’s sobriety.  The vehicle failed to pull over for...

The Queen v. S.(D.) 2018

A woman went to the police and told them that her boyfriend of 18 years had routinely forced her to have sex with him against her will.  Predictably, the client was indicted for sexual assault.  After electing trial by judge and jury and requesting a preliminary...

The Queen v. M.(A.) 2018

The police pulled a vehicle over as it left a local bar.  After the vehicle stopped the driver, the driver looked back at the police officer and then sped away from the traffic stop.  The police followed the vehicle at high speed.  On a long turn the vehicle left the...

The Queen v. F.(H.) 2018

A concerned citizen called the police after she witnesses a small car go off the road and crash on Silver Star Mountain Road.  She also observed four teenagers or young adults gathering things from the crashed vehicle including alcoholic beverages and jump in another...

The Queen v. R.(D.) 2018

The police attended the client’s home near Nakusp, BC to check on the well being of a woman that the police had received concerning phone calls about.  While standing at the front door to the residence, the police officer was able to speak with the woman and...

The Queen v. T.(G.) 2018

The client was arrested after she was called in by a concerned citizen after the citizen observed the client drive her car up on a parking lot curb and high centre her vehicle, and then try over and over again to move the vehicle without any success.  When the officer...