R. v. B.P. – May 2021

Breach of Long-term Supervision Order

Our client was residing at a half-way house under terms of a long-term supervision order that prohibited him from possessing duct tape. His room was searched, and a roll of duct tape was found. We successfully argued at trial that our client did not have legal possession of the duct tape because Crown Counsel could not prove that he had knowledge or control of the duct tape.

Result: Acquittal

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