Operate a Motor Vehicle Without Insurance
R. v. C.V.H., ONTARIO COURT OF JUSTICE, OLD CITY HALL, TORONTO:
The accused, C.V.H., was charged with operating a motor vehicle without insurance contrary to section 2(1) (a) of the compulsory automobile insurance act. The allegations against C.V.H., were that
The accused was observed by members of the Toronto police service in her motor vehicle that was parked directly in front of 11 division in Toronto. C.V.H., was observed to be sitting in the driver’s seat of the vehicle while the engine was running and appeared to be passed out. The accused was woken up and asked for identification. The accused could not provide a driver’s license and could not provide valid insurance for the vehicle. The accused was arrested and found to be in possession of a quantity of heroin. Mr. Pyzer represented C.V.H., at trial and was successful in having the charge against her withdrawn at the request of the public prosecutor’s office.
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