R. v. C.C., ONTARIO COURT OF JUSTICE, DOWNSVIEW, ONTARIO:
The accused, C.C., had over thirty previous convictions and was charged with two counts of criminal harassment. The allegations against C.C., were that he made numerous threatening and lewd phone calls to his neighbour of several years. Following a contested trial defended by Mr. Pyzer, C.C., was found not guilty of all charges before the court.
R. v. D.B., ONTARIO COURT OF JUSTICE, 7755 HURONTARIO STREET, BRAMPTON:
D.B., was charged with criminal harassment. The allegations against her were that she harassed her former boyfriend by calling his home over one-hundred times and by attending at his family's home and threatening his family. D.B., adamantly maintained her innocence and after much work, Mr. Pyzer was able to get the charge against her withdrawn prior to setting a trial date by convincing the crown attorney's office to deal with this charge by way of a section 810 peace bond. As a result of this incident, D.B., does not have a criminal record and never made any admission of guilt to these charges.