Breach bail awaiting sentence – released and not guilty

Prosecution: Breach of drug bail Result: Not Guilty (Charges dismissed) Regina v. A.S. Lawyer: Sean Fagan Charge: 145(3) of the Criminal Code of Canada A.S. was on release for drug trafficking and had just been convicted for those offences.  Sean Fagan was not his lawyer at trial.   While A.S. was awaiting sentencing, he was arrested for breaching his bail conditions, specifically, …

Calgary Court – failure to appear charges withdrawn

Prosecution: Calgary Court Failure to Appear in Court Result: Criminal Charges withdrawn Regina v. K.D. – January 2019 Lawyer: Sean Fagan Charge: 145(5) of the Criminal Code of Canada K.D. faced a charge of failure to appear in Court.  A ‘failure to appear’ charge is a criminal charge like any other, and a conviction for this offence will most often result …

Cannabis Cultivation – Cruising with Cannabis

Roadside stop leads to cultivation of cannabis charges and more OFFENCE: Cultivation of Cannabis – Possession for the purpose of trafficking – Proceeds of Crime – Police obstruction RESULT: Drug Charges withdrawn LAWYER: Sean Fagan Regina v. X.X. – Jan 2019 Charges: Section 354 of the Criminal Code of Canada – Section 5(2) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act This is yet another …

Saskatchewan criminal charges – Alleged hit and run followed by Assault

Charges stemming from Saskatoon. Criminal Lawyer Sean Fagan provides successful defence. Prosecution: Assault Result: Withdrawn Regina v. P.J. – Jun 2019 Lawyer: Sean Fagan Charge: assault P.J. was charged with assault stemming from a traffic accident that occurred in Saskatoon, SK. It was alleged that P.J., while backing up his vehicle, struck another vehicle. Following the collision, P.J. drove off, …

Breach of Curfew bail condition

Prosecution: Breach of curfew bail condition Result: Not Guilty (Charges dismissed) Regina v. K.D. Lawyer: Sean Fagan Charge: 145(3) of the Criminal Code of Canada K.D. was on bail for drug trafficking charges, and was subject to a curfew – a common condition for charges of this nature. The Calgary Police Service (“Serious habitual offender program”), or commonly referred to …

Domestic violence complaint leads to police discovery of significant drug stash

Domestic violence drug stash OFFENCE:  Possession for the purpose of trafficking – Assault RESULT: Charges withdrawn LAWYER: Sean Fagan Regina v. D.W. – Jan 2019 Charges: Section 266 of the Criminal Code of Canada The police were called to a residence in response to a call  for help regarding domestic violence. When the police arrived, the complainant was present, but D.W. was …

Domestic violence charges withdrawn

Domestic violence OFFENCE:  Common Assault RESULT: Charges withdrawn LAWYER: Sean Fagan Regina v. M.F- Jan 2019 Charges: Section 266 of the Criminal Code of Canada The police responded to a residence after receiving a 911 call regarding a domestic violence complaint.  The couple had been drinking and gotten into a verbal argument that the complainant said escalated and ultimately got physical. Th …