Regina v. M.M. [Provincial Court of Alberta, Calgary – June 2015]

Calgary Police Service attended a house fire in October 2015. The police suspected that the fire was caused by the manufacturing of drugs. A number of children were in the residence but were removed from the house unharmed. The police obtained and ultimately executed a search warrant on the house. The police charged M.M. with a multitude of charges under the Drug Endangered Children’s Act. Sean Fagan was successful in his pre-trial application to quash the information and effectively kill the prosecution against M.M. without the risk and additional costs associated with trial proceedings.