Theft and Fraud Results

R. v. B.R. [2009]
Client released on bail after lengthy bail hearing involving high profile charges of Break and Enter and multiple Firearms offences.

R. v. K.G. [2008]
Client charged with internal theft from employer granted Conditional Sentence to serve jail sentence in the community.

R. v. T.S. [2008]
Conditional Discharge granted to client charges with taking a motor vehicle without the owner's consent - no Criminal Record.

R. v. M.B. [2007]
Historical fraud charges dropped after challenge to police evidence.

R. v. L. K. [2007]
Client granted absolute discharge in relation to theft charges resulting in NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. P.C. [2007]
Charges of Uttering a Forged Document resolved by Diversion resulting in NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. P.S. [2007]
Shoplifting charges resolved after successful application for Alternative Measures resulting in NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. C.G. [2007]
Charges of Theft and Possession of Stolen Property NOT APPROVED BY CROWN after Mr. Shapray retained during police investigation and missing property returned to police.

R. v. K.S. [2007]
Fraud charges dropped after challenge to quality of evidence prior to trial.

R. v. D.N. [2006]
Sentencing hearing for client charged with theft from employer over a seven-year period resulted in Conditional Sentence granted - client permitted to serve jail sentence at home and continue current employment.

R. v. A.J. [2006]
Charges of theft and dangerous driving resolved so that client avoided criminal record - Conditional Discharge granted.

R. v. N.D. [2006]
Bail granted to client charged with armed bank robbery in United States after arrest on Extradition Warrant from Washington State.

R. v. J.A. [2006]
Client received suspended sentence for fraud and theft from employer in contested sentencing where prosecutor seeking jail sentence.

R. v. D.L. [2006]
Client granted conditional discharge for role in theft of electronic equipment from well known electronics store - No Criminal Record!

R. v. K.K. [2006]
Identity theft sentencing hearing results in fine and no further jail time despite prosecutor seeking lengthy jail sentence.

R. v. H.B. [2006]
Police investigation into fraud stopped after Mr. Shapray retained when police seeking polygraph test from client - No Criminal Charges!

R. v. W., [2006] B.C.J. No. 830 (B.C.P.C.)
Contested sentencing case involving identity theft and stolen credit cards results in fine and no jail time which was sought by the prosecutor.

R. v. I.M. [2005]
Conditional sentence granted to client who pleaded guilty to stealing from his religious congregation over course of a year resulting in no time spent in jail.

R. v. R.H. [2005]
Client granted conditional discharge for offence involving internal theft from employer resulting in no criminal record.

R. v. P.W. [2004]
Client under investigation for fraud through online auction site - challenge to police evidence - Police File Closed - NO CRIMINAL CHARGES!

R. v. E.B. [2004]
Obtained a conditional discharge for client charged with internal theft from employer resulting in no criminal record.

R. v. D. [2001] O.J. No. 2914 (Ont. S.C.)
Finding by the trial judge that client had a privacy interest in her personal financial information and that police had violated her rights under the Charter by seizing banking documents without a warrant.