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R. v. C.B. [2014]
Conditional Discharge (NO JAIL) for client charged with trafficking drugs as a result of shipping a package at the airport - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. L.C. [2014]
Marijuana Grow Operation case resolved for elderly client with a 12-month CONDITIONAL SENTENCE - Federal Prosecutor has sought 24 months in jail. Case involved 2 separate grow operations.

CONDITIONAL SENTENCE.

R. v. D.W. [2014]
Marijuana Grow Operation case involving over 1,000 plants resolved for client with a 15-month CONDITIONAL SENTENCE - Federal Prosecutor has sought real jail sentence.

CONDITIONAL SENTENCE.

R. v. J.W. [2013]
Client retained Mr. Shapray after she was convicted of multiple counts of drug trafficking at a trial. Crown prosecutor was seeking over 1 year in jail on sentencing. Mr. Shapray managed the sentencing process and made extensive legal submissions resulting in client receiving a Conditional Sentence.

CONDITIONAL SENTENCE.

R. v. J.M. [2013]
Client charged with possession of over 100 grams of Marijuana in relation to border search of car. Client received ABSOLUTE DISCHARGE after extensive sentencing submissions by Michael Shapray - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

ABSOLUTE DISCHARGE   NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. B.F. [2013]
Client charged with Possession of Cocaine. Mr. Shapray negotiated with Crown Prosecutor and made submissions on behalf of client which resulted in case being resolved by way of Alternative Measures/Diversion - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

Case resolved by Alternative Measures/Diversion – NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. J.F. [2012]
Charges dropped by the prosecutor prior to trial in mid size marijuana grow operation after extensive preparation and work by Mr. Shapray.

Charges dropped prior to trial.

R v. R.F. [2012]
Client charged with 700 plant grow operation. Crown prosecutor seeking 12 months in jail after guilty plea. Mr. Shapray made extensive submissions at sentencing hearing resulting in client receiving a Conditional Sentence Order to be served in the community.

Conditional Sentence Order.

R. v. J.S. [2012]
Significant rural grow op charges DROPPED prior to trial. Mr. Shapray represented client at preliminary inquiry and cross-examined officer who obtained Search Warrant extensively raising significant issues.

CHARGES DROPPED.

R. v. R.D. [2010]
Grow Op charges not approved by prosecutor subsequent to Mr. Shapray being retained during police investigation.

CHARGES NOT APPROVED BY PROSECUTOR.

R. v. A.H. [2010]
Charges of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking marijuana DROPPED by prosecutor after challenge to the police evidence. Case involved traffic stop and vehicle search.

CHARGES DROPPED.

R. v. J.L. [2010]
Client received Conditional Sentence Order in case involving dial-a-dope cocaine trafficking – sentence to be served in the community instead of real jail. Crown prosecutor had been seeking 12 months in real jail.

CONDITIONAL SENTENCE ORDER.

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