An individual charged with robbery was represented by one of our criminal lawyers, Mr Christos Karteris (Section 344 (1) b) Criminal Code). Mr Karteris had a date set for the trial. The victim testified that she got robbed by two persons near a metro station. She claimed she recognized Mr Karteris’s client. Mr Karteris cross-examined the victim to highlight the gaps in the identification evidence. The client denied having committed
Mr. Christos Karteris, a criminal lawyer of the Cormier Simard firm, was representing a client charged with robbery (Section 344 (1) b) Criminal Code) and conspiracy (Section 465 Criminal Code). This is a serious offence liable to imprisonment for life. The Prosecutor had four witnesses testify during the trial. During the cross-examination, Mr. Karteris exposed a contradiction of the main witness with a prior statement filmed on video. Afterwards, Mr.