Hit and Run multiple times

Prosecution: Driving offences Result: Withdrawn Regina v. R.S. – Jan 2019 Lawyer: Sean Fagan Charge: failure to remain, hit and run. R.S. faced a multitude of offences for his alleged driving behaviour.  It was alleged that R.S. side swiped a vehicle on Deerfoot trail, refused to stop his vehicle, and took off from the scene.  He was then alleged to have driven …

Road Rage leads to mischief charges

Prosecution: Criminal Mischief Result: Criminal Charges withdrawn Regina v. X.X. – January 2019 Lawyer: Sean Fagan Charge: 430(1)(a) of the Criminal Code of Canada X.X.. was charged with criminal Mischief as a consequence of a road rage incident in Calgary, AB. X.X.. was travelling down a major throughway in Calgary, when a vehicle changed lanes directly in front of him, nearly …

Musical Chairs at Roadside – Obstruction of a Police Officer and Driving while DQ’d

Prosecution: Driving while Disqualified and Obstruction of a Police Officer Result: Criminal Charges withdrawn Regina v. C.R. – March 2019 Lawyer: Sean Fagan Charge: 259(4) and 129(a) of the Criminal Code of Canada An RCMP officer was on patrol late one evening conducting traffic enforcement on Highway 1 near the Sunshine exit in Banff National Park, Alberta. The officer clocked …

Serious Fort McMurray car collision leads to battery of charges

SUMMARY: Motor vehicle collision in Fort McMurray results in a multitude of criminal charges OFFENCES: Impaired driving causing bodily harm, Failure to remain at the scene of an accident, Refusal to provide a breath sample, Dangerous driving causing bodily harm RESULT: All criminal charges were withdrawn LAWYER: Sean Fagan REGINA v. T.W. – November 2018 CHARGES: Section 254(5), 252, 249(3), 255(2) …

Man tells Officers he will bet $1,000,00 that his lawyer, Fagan, will win his case

While in back of Police Car, Man tells Officers he will bet $1,000,00 that his lawyer, Alberta Criminal Lawyer, Fagan, will win his case OFFENCE: Impaired Driving, Driving over 80, and Driving while suspended RESULT: All charges were withdrawn DEFENCE LAWYER: Sean Fagan Regina v. C.C. – June 2018 Charges: Sections  259(4), 253(1)(a), and 253(1)(b) of the Criminal Code of Canada Two …

Suspected Prowlers detained without cause

Suspected Prowlers Pulled over on mere police suspicion OFFENCE: Refusal to provide a breath sample RESULT: Charge Dismissed DEFENCE LAWYER: Sean Fagan Regina v. K.D. – April 2018 Charges: Sections  254(2) Criminal Code of Canada Two members of the Calgary Police Service (“CPS”) were on patrol in a family oriented suburb in South Calgary.  During the course of their patrols, they observed …

Hawc helicopter catches race motorcycle

OFFENCE: Dangerous Driving and Failure to Remain at the Scene of an Accident – motorcycle RESULT: Not guilty (resolved by way of traffic ticket) DEFENCE LAWYER: Sean Fagan Regina v. R.D. – May 2018 Charges: Sections  249(1) Criminal Code of Canada – dangerous operation of a motor vehicle Hawc Helicopter catches a Race motorcycle R.D. was alleged to have crashed his racing …

Road rage leads to blows and monster truck rally

OFFENCE: Assault RESULT: Charge Withdrawn DEFENCE LAWYER: Sean Fagan Regina v. K.Q. – May 2018 Charges: Sections  266 Criminal Code of Canada – Assault  Everyone has experiences with bad drivers in Calgary.  Some brush it off, some flip the bird, and on rare occasions, punches are thrown and a car is run over.  In this case, K.Q. was operating a vehicle on …

Regina v. W.L. November 2017 – Dangerous Driving

Sections  249(1)(A), 253(1)(A), 253(1)(B) of the Criminal Code of Canada – Dangerous Driving, Impaired Driving, and Driving over 80 W.L. was observed by multiple civilian witnesses driving his 18-wheeler at over 100kph, the wrong way on a divided highway over the course of a couple hours. After multiple 911 calls, members of the R.C.M.P. ultimately intercepted W.L. and executed a traffic stop.  After the …

Regina v. H.J. [Oct 2017] – Refusal to Provide a Breath Sample

Section 254(2)(b) of the Criminal Code – Refusal to provide a breath sample H.J. just finished dropping his friend off at home and was en-route to his own house when he was pulled over by a police officer. The police officer attended to the window of H.J.’s vehicle and immediately identified the smell of alcohol emanating from the vehicle, along …