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830(1) A party to proceedings to which this Part applies or the Attorney General may appeal against a conviction, judgment, verdict of acquittal or verdict of not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder or of unfit to stand trial or other final order or determination of a summary conviction court on the ground that (a) it is erroneous in point of law; (b) it is in excess of jurisdiction; or (c) it constitutes a refusal or failure to exercise jurisdiction.

break-and-enter-dismissedReducing sentence by conducting a preliminary inquiry can be a risky proposition if the cross-examinations of witnesses are not handled with a deft touch. Often, facts can turn out to be more aggravating then previously believed. In this case, however, Paul Lewandowski was able to soften the facts on the complainants own evidence, reducing the Crown's sentencing position from penitentiary time, to a period of probation: no jail.
illegal-searchAn examination of how a criminal lawyer can defend against breathalyzer readings. In this case, the police failed to conduct a roadside screening test, and accordingly, were in contravention of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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