R. v. A.C., ONTARIO COURT OF JUSTICE, TORONTO, ONTARIO:
The accused, A.C., had twenty-four previous convictions, and was charged with forcible entry, mischief and two counts of breaching her probation. The allegations against A.C., were that she and her co-accused forced their way into an apartment unit by smashing through the windows. Once inside it was alleged that The accused assaulted one of the occupants with a weapon causing bodily harm. Mr. Pyzer successfully got all of the charges against A.C., withdrawn on the morning of her trial and she was released from custody unconditionally.
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