Regina v. A.S. (2021)
Client charged with trafficking charges regarding cocaine, fentanyl, proceeds of crime and several firearm related charges released on bail after a two day bail hearing. Client represented by Joseph Neuberger and John Navarrete obtained disclosure on the firearms related offences and were able to expose flaws in the evidence that made the client’s connection to the firearms offences very tenuous. In addition, a comprehensive release plan was put forth with a strong surety and as a result the client was released on bail.
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R. v. I.P. (2016)
Client charged with breach of recognizance at the Ontario Court of Justice in Scarborough. Lawyer John Navarrete conducted the bail on this matter and called evidence showing that the bail terms were never breached. After a successful bail, the Crown decided they had no reasonable prospect of conviction and withdrew all the charges.
R. v. (D.)H. (2009)
Neuberger & Partners defended this client on a charge of Fail to Comply with Recognizance for breaking his bail while on release for the Charge of Aggravated Assault. The Court in Milton rendered a verdict of not guilty.
Neuberger & Partners obtained Bail in Superior Court for client facing Second Degree Murder Charge.
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