The accused, R.C., was charged with one count of break and enter. The allegations against R.C., were that he had committed a break and enter in relation to commercial premises. The police responded to a 911 call and arrived on scene to find that the business was in disarray. Property and cash were missing from the premises. Civilian witnesses advised the investigating police officers that R.C., admitted to them that he had committed this offence. Mr. Pyzer represented R.C., and was successful in having the charge against him withdrawn prior to setting a trial date by convincing the crown attorney’s office to deal with this charge by way of a section 810 peace bond. Thanks to Mr. Pyzer, R.C., does not have a criminal record and never made any admission of guilt to these charges.
The accused P.W., was charged with break and enter into a dwelling. The allegations against P.W., were that he entered into a private garage that was attached to a house and stole several thousand dollars worth of equipment and personal property. Mr. Pyzer represented P.W., and was successful in having the charge against him withdrawn prior to trial. As such, P.W., does not have a criminal record as a result of this incident.