A client was acquitted of assault and was allowed to keep his firearms license

A client of the Cormier Simard law firm had been arrested for assault following a marital dispute (Section 266 b) Criminal Code). After the beginning of legal procedures, an application for firearms possession prohibition order was signified to him (Section 111 Criminal Code). The client wished to keep his firearms license in order not to limit his professional future. The client also denied the charges. Two Prosecutors were assigned to

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Firearm Possession Prohibition | Notice of License Revocation

The Crown has two main recourses when it wishes to prohibit a citizen from possessing firearms: it can present a preventive application prohibiting the possession if firearms before the Court of Quebec (Section 111 Criminal Code), or send a notice of firearm license revocation to the citizen. The Judge shall determine, after hearing any relevant evidence submitted, whether there is sufficient reason to believe it is necessary to prohibit the

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A client may keep his firearms and his firearm possession permit

Criminal lawyer Xavier Cormier defended a client who risked losing his right to own firearms. The firearms officer had submitted an application for an order prohibiting this person from possessing any firearms by virtue of Section 111 (1) of the Criminal Code of Canada.The Crown Prosecutor had some witnesses testify and submitted documentary evidence that was meant to prove that it would not be desirable for anyone’s safety that the

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