A client receives a discharge despite his past jail sentence

In the Montreal district, an individual was charged with harassment, under Section 264(1)(3)b) of the Criminal Code, communicating repeatedly by means of telecommunications, under 372(3)(4)b) of the Criminal Code and uttering threats to cause bodily injuries under Section 264.1(1)a)(2)b) of the Criminal Code. Under the influence of alcohol, the defendant had made several consecutive phone calls to another occupant of the housing complex of his lady friend. The conversations, which

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Criminal Harassment

Xavier Cormier, a criminal defense lawyer, defends clients charged with criminal harassment and harassing phone calls. Criminal harassment is a criminal offence provided under Section 264 of the Criminal Code of Canada. The essential elements of criminal harassment are as follows: repeatedly following from place to place the other person or anyone known to them; repeatedly communicating with, either directly or indirectly, the other person or anyone known to them;

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A client is acquitted on charges of criminal harassment and assault

A client of criminal lawyer Xavier Cormier was charged with criminal harassment (Section 264 (1) (3) b) Criminal Code of Canada) and assault (Section 266 b) Criminal Code). Mr. Cormier did a follow up on the case and had numerous discussions with the Prosecutor. He and the Prosecutor finally agreed that the charges would be dropped, if the client signed a one year peace bond. Therefore, Mr. Cormier’s client was

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The Judge acquits a client charged with harassment

A client of criminal lawyer Veronica Vallelonga was charged with  harassment (Section 264 (3)a) Criminal Code). The plaintiff accused him of phoning him often and making threats against him. Both parties had a conflict over carrying out a contract. The defendant did not agree with the version of the plaintiff, denied harassing him and claimed he simply tried to collect his money. Mrs. Vallelonga first asked that there be a

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