12. Regina v. N.C. [Provincial Court of Alberta, Medicine Hat – July, 2013]

This case relates to the investigation and seizures made by the police in the matter of Regina v. J.C. aforesaid. To the chagrin of N.C. multiple documents in her name were seized by the police from J.C.’s home at the time of the search. Consequently (even though she wasn’t present at the time of the search and had never been the subject of surveillance in this matter) the police issued a warrant for her arrest and charged her with various trafficking offences and proceeds of crime. N.C. is a highly educated professional whose career was in grave jeopardy as a consequence of this prosecution. Bottom line: we were successful in having all charges against N.C. completely withdrawn.