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R. vs. C.M. – North Vancouver Provincial Court

Charge: Assault; Threatening.

Issue: Whether there was a substantial likelihood of conviction in this alleged “road rage” case.

Result: Mr. Johnson was able to provide information to Crown counsel on our client’s behalf that led Crown to conclude there was no substantial likelihood of conviction. No charge approved. No criminal record.

R. vs. M.D. – North Vancouver Provincial Court

Charges: Theft Under $5000; Uttering Threats.

Issue: Whether, given our client’s circumstances and remorse, whether it was in the public interest for criminal charges to proceed.

Result: We were able to provide information to police investigators which resulted in police deciding to not forward any charges to Crown. No criminal record.

R. vs. H.L. – Richmond Provincial Court

Charge: Sexual Assault.

Issue: Whether there was a substantial likelihood of a conviction.

Result: Mr. Johnson was able to provide information to the Crown on our client’s behalf that persuaded Crown that the case did not meet the charge approval standard. No charge was approved. No criminal record.

R. vs. K.M. – Surrey RCMP Investigation

Charge: Sexual Assault.

Issue: Whether there was sufficient evidence to meet the Crown’s charge approval standard.

Result: Mr. Johnson was able to steer our client through the investigation and was able to provide information to police and Crown which culminated in Crown counsel’s decision to not approve any charges. No criminal record.

R. vs. P.S.A. – Vancouver Provincial Court

Charge: Assault.

Issue: Whether there was a substantial likelihood of a conviction.

Result: Mr. Johnson was able to direct Crown counsel to gaps in the police investigation resulting in Crown deciding to not approve any charge in this matter. No criminal record.