Historical sexual assault allegations – charges avoided

Summary: X.X. was confronted with serious allegations of committing sexual assault that occurred several decades ago. The police wanted to question X.X. on these allegations. However, X.X. knew the significance of seeking legal counsel before conversing with the police, regardless of their innocence. Unknown to most people, one can give a lengthy statement to the police highlighting their innocence, and at trial, the …

Break up leads to Sex assault allegations – Charges avoided

Summary of Allegations: In this particular scenario, X.X. ended a long-term relationship with his partner, only to face serious allegations made by the disgruntled ex-partner. The police’s tendency to lay charges and leave it up to the courts often renders no aid to the accused, whose reputation is often irreversibly harmed following the arrest. The presumption of innocence may apply …

Red Deer sexual assault charges – dismissed

Red Deer sexual assault charges dismissed OFFENCE: Sexual assault RESULT: dismissed LAWYER: Sean Fagan Regina v. X.X. – July 2019 Charges: Section 271 of the Criminal Code of Canada  Sex assault charges dismissed at preliminary inquiry This was a historical sexual assault allegation.  X.X. was charged with sexual assault on an underage girl from an interaction he was alleged to have had …

Tinder date ends with sexual assault allegations

Tinder date – Sexual assault allegations – Not guilty OFFENCE: Sexual assault RESULT: Not Guilty LAWYER: Sean Fagan Regina v. X.X. – 2019 Charges: Section 271 of the Criminal Code of Canada  In this day and age, where casual relationships and casual sex are more frequent, and societal judgments on these activities have waned, it is wise for all parties to be …

Regina v. W.C.C. [September 2017] – Regret not Rape

Section 271 of the Criminal Code – Sexual Assault W.C.C., a young well educated professional male, with absolutely no prior adverse contact with the police, found himself charged with sexual assault contrary to Section 271 of the Criminal Code. If convicted, W.C.C was looking at years in prison and life thereafter encumbered by the National Sex Offender Registry. W.C.C. and the “victim” …

Regina v. T.J.K. [Nov 2017] – Tinder gone Wrong

Section 271 of the Criminal Code – Sexual Assault – Possessing child pornography – Luring a Child – Child exploitation – Invitation to sexual touching, Accessing child pornography, Creating child pornography. T.J.K, a 25-year-old man interested in casual sex, looked towards online dating to meet people with similar interests. T.J.K. chose the dating application, Tinder, because it had the reputation of a …

Regina v. M.M.M. [May 2017] – Historical Sexual Assault

Section 271 of the Criminal Code – Sexual Assault MMM is a very elderly man accused of raping an adolescent female back in the late 1960’s – yes . . . the allegations were over half a century old.  This is not a case where the complainant did not know the identity of the alleged assailant but rather a case …

Regina v. D.T. [Provincial Court of Alberta– October 2016] – Sexual Assault

D.T., a professional with a very successful career, was in the midst of divorce proceedings with his wife, with whom he had a 4-year-old daughter. D.T., his soon to be ex-wife, and their daughter lived in the same house as they could not come to an agreement on who would move out until the divorce was finalized. Not surprisingly, this …