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Drug Charges Results

R. v. J.W. [2013]
Client retained Mr. Shapray after she was convicted of multiple counts of drug trafficking at a trial. Crown prosecutor was seeking over 1 year in jail on sentencing. Mr. Shapray managed the sentencing process and made extensive legal submissions resulting in client receiving a Conditional Sentence.

R. v. J.M. [2013]
Client charged with possession of over 100 grams of Marijuana in relation to border
search of car. Client received ABSOLUTE DISCHARGE after extensive sentencing
submissions by Michael Shapray - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. B.F. [2013]
Client charged with Possession of Cocaine. Mr. Shapray negotiated with Crown
Prosecutor and made submissions in behalf of client which resulted in case being
resolved by way of Alternative Measures/Diversion - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. J.F. [2012]
Charges dropped by the prosecutor prior to trial in mid size marijuana grow operation after extensive preparation and work by Mr. Shapray.

R v. R.F. [2012]
Client charged with 700 plant grow operation. Crown prosecutor seeking 12 months in jail after guilty plea. Mr. Shapray made extensive submissions at sentencing hearing resulting in client receiving a Conditional Sentence Order to be served in the community.

R. v. J.S. [2012]
Significant rural grow op charges DROPPED prior to trial. Mr. Shapray represented client at preliminary inquiry and cross-examined officer who obtained Search Warrant extensively raising significant issues.

R. v. R.D. [2010]
Grow Op charges not approved by prosecutor subsequent to Mr. Shapray being retained during police investigation.

R. v. A.H. [2010]
Charges of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking marijuana DROPPED by prosecutor after challenge to the police evidence. Case involved traffic stop and vehicle search.

R. v. J.L. [2010]
Client received Conditional Sentence Order in case involving dial-a-dope cocaine trafficking - sentence to be served in the community instead of real jail. Crown prosecutor had been seeking 12 months in real jail.

R. v. S.G. [2009]
Charges of Possession of Marijuana for the Purpose of Trafficking dropped by prosecutor prior to trial after challenge to evidence regarding issue of possession - large amount of marijuana found in trunk of car.

R. v. R.M. [2009]
Charge of Possession of Marijuana for the Purpose of Trafficking reduced to simple possession of Marijuana after submissions to prosecutor regarding weakness of the expert evidence in the case.

R. v. B.M. [2009]
Client received Conditional Discharge in relation to charge of possession of cocaine - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. B.R. [2009]
Charges of smuggling and trafficking in illegal cigarettes DROPPED PRIOR TO TRIAL after challenge to police evidence and grounds to obtain search warrant.

R. v. M.M. [2008]
Client granted conditional discharge for possession of marijuana resulting in No Criminal Record.

R. v. R.C. [2008]
Client charged with dial-a-dope of cocaine received Conditional Sentence to serve a jail sentence in the community.

R. v. S.S. [2008]
Charge of trafficking in cocaine dropped by prosecutor prior to trial after challenge to quality of police evidence - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. A.C. [2008]
Client found NOT GUILTY of charge of possession for the purpose of trafficking marijuana after trial and challenge to grounds of police officer to search vehicle.

R. v. U.T. [2008]
Charges of possession of a large quantity of a Methamphetamine Precursor dropped by prosecutor after challenge to police evidence and improper tactics used in taking statement from the accused at the time of arrest.

R. v. J.B. [2008]
Client granted Conditional Sentence on charges of trafficking in cocaine to undercover police officer in dial-a-dope investigation resulting in sentence being served as house arrest and not in jail.

R. v. R.M. [2007]
Client released on bail in relation to serious drug and criminal organization charges.

R. v. M.R. [2007]
Client received Conditional Sentence for Marijuana Grow Op charges resulting in no jail time.

R. v. N.M. [2007]
Client found NOT GUILTY by jury after 8 week trial on conspiracy charges relating to the importation and trafficking in heroin and cocaine.

R. v. W.W. [2007]
PPT cocaine charges dropped by prosecutor after challenge to police search tactics - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. S.Z. [2007]
Marijuana Grow Op charges dropped by prosecutor prior to trial after challenge to police investigation.

R. v. D.G. [2006]
Charges of Marijuana Grow Operation dropped after aggressive challenge to grounds for arrest and police investigation.

R. v. C.K. [2006]
Drug trafficking charges dropped after challenge to police investigation - client approved for diversion - No Criminal Record!

R. v. N.H. [2005]
Marijuana grow operation case withdrawn by prosecutor after challenge to police investigation.

R. v. N.P. [2005]
Cocaine possession charges dropped after submissions to federal prosecutor concerning strength of the case and background of the accused.

R. v. D.H. [2005]
Charges of mischief and drug possession dropped after challenge to police evidence. Client approved for diversion out of the criminal justice system.

R. v. K.C. [2005]
New trial ordered by Court of Appeal in drug trafficking case.

R. v. A.P. [2005]
Application for access to Search Warrant documents in complex criminal investigation across Canada.

R. v. R.J. [2004]
Represented all-star football player involved in high profile drug arrest - challenge to police evidence results in NO CRIMINAL CHARGES BEING LAID.

R. v. B.B. [2004]
Charge of possession of Ecstasy - charges withdrawn after attack on police search.

R. v. P. [2003]
Charge of possession of cocaine - charges withdrawn.

R. v. R.B. [2003] B.C.J. No. 1315 (B.C.C.A.)
Challenge to the constitutionality of the B.C. Hydro Tariff argued at the British Columbia Court of Appeal in a marijuana grow operation case.

recent cases

  • R. v. B.F. [2013]
    Client charged with Possession of Cocaine. Mr. Shapray negotiated with Crown Prosecutor and made submissions in behalf of client which resulted in case being resolved by way of Alternative Measures/Diversion - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

  • R. v. A.B. [2013]
    Impaired driving charges DROPPED by prosecutor after pre-trial discussions with Mr. Shapray regarding numerous issues in the case - NO CRIMINAL RECORD AND NO DRIVING PROHIIBTION.

  • R. v. S.G. [2013]
    Assault charges resulting out of domestic assault between husband and wife. Bail terms varied and file eventually resolved BEFORE TRIAL DATE SET by way of a PEACE BOND - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

  • R. v. S.P. [2013]
    Case involved allegation of sexual assault made by ex-wife against her ex-husband. Following skillful cross-examination by Mr. Shapray at preliminary inquiry, negotiations resulted in charges being DROPPED prior to trial dates - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

  • R. v. M.A. [2012]
    Client from the United States charged with bringing a firearm over the border into Canada. Crown prosecutor initially seeking three year minimum jail sentence. After setting the matter for trial, Mr. Shapray successfully negotiated a resolution of the case which resulted in client receiving a fine and NO JAIL TIME.

  • R. v. K.K. [2013]
    Charges of Drive While Prohibited resolved with plea to lesser offence of Drive Without a License under the Motor Vehicle Act.

  • R. v. E.V. [2013]
    Successful challenge to 90 Day IRP in case involving an issue about the identity of the driver of the vehicle. Mr. Shapray successfully persuaded the adjudicator that the police were mistaken about who was driving and the driving prohibition was REVOKED.

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