R. v. C.B. 
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. 
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.
R. v. D.W. 
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.
R. v. J.W. 
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.
R. v. J.M. 
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. 
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. 
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. 
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. 
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.
R. v. R.D. 
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. 
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.
R. v. J.L. 
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.