A client charged with fraud and possession of a falsified credit card is acquitted

A client of Mr. Xavier Cormier, Criminal Lawyer,, was charged with fraud (Section 380 (1) b) (ii) Criminal Code of Canada) and possession of a falsified credit card (Section 342 (1) c) f) Criminal Code). Mr. Cormier carefully reviewed the police report as well as the court documents. He found an error concerning the date on which information was laid before the Justice of the Peace. This error made it

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A client charged with theft and fraud will not have a criminal record

Charges for theft under $ 5,000 (Section 334b) (ii) Criminal Code), use of a stolen credit card (Section 342 (1)c)f) Criminal Code) and fraud under a value of $ 5,000 (Section 380 (1)b)(ii) Criminal Code) had been laid on a client of a criminal lawyer working for Cormier Simard. She had been accused of stealing a credit card and purchasing goods for a value of around $ 500. This client

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A client was under an arrest warrant for fraud, but the charges are finally dropped

An individual received a call from the police, who notified him that a warrant had been issued against him for not showing up in Court. He had been charged with fraud (Section 380 (1)b)ii) of the Criminal Code) and possession of falsified credit cards (Section 342 (1)c)r)f) of the Criminal Code). He hired criminal lawyer Veronica Vallelonga to get him out of this impasse.Mrs. Vallelonga, a lawyer with Cormier Simard,

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A client is acquitted on fraud charges and receives a discharge for charges of falsified credit card possession

A client of Mr. Xavier Cormier was charged on two accounts of fraud (Section 380, 463 d) ii) and 465 (1) (d) Criminal Code of Canada) and one account of falsified credit card possession (Section 342 (1) c) ii) f) Criminal Code). The evidence concerning fraud was not conclusive. However, the client admitted he was guilty of possession of a falsified card. Mr. Cormier undertook negotiations with the Prosecutor. The

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