Drug Offences

Below is a list of Drug Offence charges against Andrew Edgar defendants and their outcome. This is not a complete list, but rather some examples to demonstrate the different case types and the favourable verdict that he was able to achieve.

 

  • Possession
    R v. S.S.

    Charge: Charged with possession of 3 grams cocaine
    Verdict: Acquitted at trial

    R v. R.H.

    Charge: Charged with possession of 4 grams crack
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn

    R v. D.W.

    Charge: Charged with possession of 2.7 grams crack
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn

    R v. W.M.

    Charge: Charged with possession of 2 grams of cocaine and 23 Oxycontin pills
    Verdict: Received absolute discharge

    R v. A.H.

    Charge: Charged with possession of 3 grams of cocaine
    Verdict: Charges withdrawn after filing Charter Application alleging violation of rights to unreasonable search

  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking
    R v. A.D.

    Charge: Client charged with 400 grams of marijuana and $2000 cash
    Verdict: The money was returned and client received a discharge

    R v. J.R.

    Charge: Charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking a half ounce of crack cocaine
    Verdict: Charges withdrawn in Superior Court after preliminary hearing

    R v. M.M.

    Charge: Charged with 40 grams of heroin
    Verdict: Charges withdrawn

    R v. J.K.

    Charge: Charged with Possession for the purpose of trafficking 12 grams crack cocaine
    Verdict: Charges reduced to possession, client received absolute discharge in Superior Court

    R v. R.H.

    Charge: Police located 8 grams crack cocaine in hotel room that client was staying in
    Verdict: Charges withdrawn at trial

    R v. L.N.

    Charge: Charged with possession of 2 pounds of marijuana
    Verdict: Client received absolute discharge

    R v. P.R.

    Charge: Client charged with 45 grams of cocaine after search warrant executed at his residence
    Verdict: Charges were withdrawn and the money found by police was returned to accused

    R v. O.A.

    Charge: Client was charged with approx. 300 grams of heroin
    Verdict: Charges were withdrawn in Superior Court following the preliminary hearing

  • Trafficking
    R v. E.A.

    Charge: Client sold an ounce of marijuana to an undercover officer
    Verdict: Client received discharge

    R v. A.M.

    Charge: Client charged with trafficking .5 gram of crack cocaine to an individual who was later arrested with the drug
    Verdict: Trafficking charge was dropped, plea entered to possession only, client granted absolute discharge

    R v. M.C.

    Charge: The police were surveying client – watched him sell 2 ounces of marijuana to another individual
    Verdict: Charges were withdrawn

    R v. A.M.

    Charge: Client was charged with selling 1 gram of crack to an individual while the police were conducting surveillance
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn

    R v. D.R.

    Charge: Client charged with selling 15 Oxycontin pills to undercover officer
    Verdict: Charge was amended to possession and client received absolute discharge

    R v. K.R.

    Charge: Client charged with trafficking 1 gram crack cocaine to officer
    Verdict: Charges withdrawn

  • Production of a Substance
    R v. D.W.

    Charge: Client charged with producing 60 marijuana plants
    Verdict: Charge was withdrawn

    R v. K.S.

    Charge: Client charged with production of methamphetamine and possession for the purpose of trafficking 60 grams of methamphetamine
    Verdict: Charges withdrawn and laboratory equipment was returned to client

    R v. D.G.

    Charge: Client charged with growing 8 plants of marijuana
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn

  • Importing
    R v. A.H.

    Charge: Client charged with importing 75 kilograms of khat
    Verdict: Client received absolute discharge

    R v. R.S.

    Charge: Client imported over a kilogram of cocaine
    Verdict: Client acquitted at trial

    R v. J.T.

    Charge: Client was charged with conspiracy to import and export drugs for his role in a criminal organization that was exporting marijuana to the U.S. and importing cocaine in exchange
    Verdict: Charges withdrawn

    R v. M.S.

    Charge: Client imported switch blades and other prohibited weapons into Canada
    Verdict: Client received a discharge

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