R.S., and K.S., were jointly charged with six counts of threatening death contrary to the criminal code of canada. It was alleged that R.S., and K.S., had contacted the complainants by phone and threatened to kidnap and kill them as a result of an ongoing dispute between the families. Mr. Kostman and Mr. Pyzer represented R.S., and K.S., at trial and successfully defended the charges against them. K.S., and R.S., were acquitted of all charges and as such there was no finding if guilt in relation to these allegations and neither R.S., nor K.S., have criminal records as a result of this incident.
R.C., was charged with threatening bodily harm and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose. The allegations against R.C., were that during the course of an altercation she held a knife to the complainant’s face and threatened to kill her. Mr. Pyzer represented R.C., and was successful in having the charges against her withdrawn prior to trial. As such there was no finding if guilt in relation to these allegations and R.C., does not have a criminal record as a result of this incident.
The accused, D.W., was charged with threatening death. The allegations were that D.W., threatened to kill his girlfriend’s mother. Mr. Pyzer successfully had all of the charges against D.W., withdrawn.
The accused, R.V., was charged with two counts of threatening death and one count of assault. The allegations against R.V., were that she threatened and assaulted the woman with whom her husband was romantically involved. Mr. Pyzer was successful in getting all of the charges against R.V., withdrawn.