Property Offences

Below is a list of Property 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.

 

  • Theft
    R v. P.H.

    Charge: Client caught by security in the act while stealing from stores
    Verdict: Client had long criminal record for similar offences but was facing deportation if convicted again. Client received absolute discharge allowing them to remain in the country.

    R v. A.S.

    Charge: Client charged with stealing $70,000 out of his friend’s uncle’s safe
    Verdict: After cross-examining the witness and poking holes in the story at the trial the Crown dropped the case

    R v. N.C.

    Charge: Client was cleaning person at commercial buildings at night, charged with stealing cell phones and iPads from the offices
    Verdict: Received discharge

    R v. M.C.

    Charge: Client charged with theft from LCBO
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn when able to show that he didn’t pass point of sale on surveillance video

    R v. F.N.

    Charge: Client charged with theft of multiple motorcycles from underground garages
    Verdict: Able to show search of the residence where the motorcycles were left was violation of accused rights and all charges withdrawn

  • Possession of Property Obtained by Crime
    R v. D.S.

    Charge: Charged with having cash and jewelry after police executed a search warrant at their residence
    Verdict: Charges withdrawn

    R v. C.W.

    Charge: Charged with having 8 TV’s at his house that were stolen in commercial break after police executed search warrant
    Verdict: Charges withdrawn

    R v. M.W.

    Charge: Client was charged with possession of property obtained by crime for having a bulldozer that was stolen
    Verdict: Raised difficulties in him tying the bulldozer to the client – charges were withdrawn

  • Fraud
    R v. R.V.

    Charge: Client charged with defrauding employer of $120,000
    Verdict: Received suspended sentence and probation

    R v. P.Z.

    Charge: Client charged with obtaining false credit at a department store
    Verdict: After making charitable donation crown withdrew the charge

    R v. J.K.

    Charge: Client charged with defrauding the bank of approx. $4,000
    Verdict: Client given discharge for no criminal record

    R v. N.H.

    Charge: Client charged with involvement in defrauding their employer of 1.2 million dollars
    Verdict: Client given conditional sentence to be served in the community at their home

    R v. M.G.

    Charge: Client charged with cashing fraudulent cheques at money mart
    Verdict: Charges were withdrawn

  • Credit Card Offences
    R v. J.N.

    Charge: Client charged with possession of 7 fraudulent credit cards found in client’s vehicle
    Verdict: All fraudulent credit card charges withdrawn

    R v. F.Q.

    Charge: Client charged with using fraudulent credit card to rent hotel room. Police found client in hotel room with credit card in his wallet.
    Verdict: Charges withdrawn

    R v. E.F.

    Charge: Client used multiple fraudulent credit cards on multiple occasions at various different stores
    Verdict: Charges withdrawn

  • Break and Enter
    R v. R.A.

    Charge: Client charged with breaking into residence while the owners were home
    Verdict: Received suspended sentence and probation

    R v. C.K.

    Charge: Charged with break and enter after fingerprint found on window of home that was broken into
    Verdict: Client found not guilty at trial

    R v. M.G.

    Charge: Client charged with break and enter to 7 different businesses
    Verdict: Witness shown to be unreliable and surveillance video wasn’t completely clear. All charges withdrawn by the Crown.

  • Robbery
    R v. S.T.

    Charge: Client was youth charged with robbing someone in conjunction with other youths
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn

    R v. K.K.

    Charge: Client charged with being the get away driver when 3 others entered store and robbed jewelry store at gun point
    Verdict: Robbery dropped for charge of theft – given conditional sentence to be served in the community at their home

    R v. J.W.

    Charge: Client charged with robbing an individual at gunpoint in a vehicle
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn after preliminary hearing

    R v. S.M.

    Charge: Client charged with multiple counts of robbery of individuals cell phones
    Verdict: All charges withdrawn

    R v. K.W.

    Charge: Client charged with robbing another tenant of his apartment building
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn at trial

  • Possession Proceeds of Crime
    R v. E.A.

    Charge: Client pulled over with $10,000 in cash in their pocket and no explanation for it
    Verdict: Charges withdrawn and money returned to client

    R v. K.H.

    Charge: Client found at airport with $73,000 in their bag
    Verdict: Charges withdrawn in Superior Court after preliminary hearing

    R v. S.S.

    Charge: Client charged with having $50 of buy money used by an undercover to purchase crack cocaine minutes before
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn at preliminary hearing

  • Mischief
    R v. J.K.

    Charge: Client charged with kicking in and smashing the door of a bar
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn

    R v. K.V.

    Charge: Client charged with throwing beer bottle through window of business while police watching
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn after paying for damage

    R v. S.A.

    Charge: Client charged with spray painting a number of walls on public and private property
    Verdict: Client received absolute discharge

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