He received a discharge despite multiple charges of conjugal violence

In the Montreal district, a man was facing seven conjugal violence charges in four different cases. The defendant and the plaintiff were in the process of separating and were fighting over the division of their assets as well as custody of their two young children. One first issue had been resolved as an acquittal in exchange for a commitment to keep the peace. A second conflict occurred while their residence

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Although arrested for failure to comply with conditions of an undertaking, break and entry and conjugal violence, a client was released from prison

A client was already defended by our criminal lawyer in a case of conjugal violence and assault (Section 266 Criminal Code). He requested from our lawyer that his parole conditions be modified so that he could return to Montreal Island, which was initially forbidden for him.Afterwards, he was arrested once again and charged with break and entry (Section 348 1)b)d) Criminal Code) and failure to comply with the conditions of

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Although charged with failure to comply with conjugal violence conditions, he was discharged from prison

An individual had been charged with conjugal violence and represented in Municipal Court by a criminal lawyer from another firm. He had criminal records for armed robbery and failure to comply with conditions. Pursuant to a claim that he had failed to comply with his discharge conditions by contacting his former common law wife, he was arrested, charged in Quebec Court and detained for failure to comply with conditions of

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Failure to comply with a condition: Section 145(3) of the Criminal Code

  The failure to comply with a condition is entitled, ‘‘Failure to comply with a condition of undertaking or recognizance’’ in the Criminal Code. This charge is laid against the defendants having a pending cause and who did not comply with the condition of undertaking that allows them to remain at large. Such a charge is often accompanied by a request to revoke bail so that the defendant remains under

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