Bail Hearing Cases

June 26, 2023

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R. V. A.K

(Newmarket) Guns and Gangs prosecution “Project Platinum.” The client was charged with firearm trafficking and conspiracy to commit an indictable offence. Bail Granted.

R. V. K.A.

(Toronto) Client charged with Criminal Organization offences and Trafficking in Cocaine as part of “Project Sunder”. Bail Granted.

R. N.S.

(Toronto) Police locate a large quantity of cocaine at the residence after the execution of a search warrant. Charges include possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking. Bail Granted.

R. v. V.E.

(Toronto) Charged as part of “Project Sunder” with serious offences of possession of a firearm, discharge of a firearm, firearm trafficking, and conspiracy to commit an indictable offence. Bail Granted.

R. v. M.L.

(Sudbury) Client facing charges related to the seizure of fentanyl, cocaine and a large amount of cash after execution of a search warrant. Bail Granted.

R. v. D.D.

(Brampton) Police locate a firearm after a traffic stop. The client is facing various offences, including possession of a restricted firearm, possession prohibited device and carrying a concealed weapon. Bail Granted.

R. v. D. Z.

(Toronto) The client was charged with unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking after the execution of a search warrant. Bail Granted.

R. v. O.A.

(Newmarket) The client faced charges of human trafficking, prosecuted by the specialized bail team. Crown argued that the client should not be released because of the serious nature of the charges and related criminal record. Bail Granted.

R. v. A. A.

(Brampton) After the execution of a search warrant at the residence, police locate a large amount of cocaine (about a kilogram), pills, Fentanyl and cash. Crown argued A.A. should remain in custody because of the serious nature of the charges. Justice accepted Mr. Fedorowicz’s argument that the plan of release was very strong, and, as a result, public confidence in the administration of justice would not be lost if his client was released. Bail Granted.