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R. v. Ball, basis for the appeal is that Constable Guineau, who was both the investigating officer and prosecutor, refused to provide relevant disclosure in her possession that Ms. Ball intended to use to refute the allegation
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
R. v. Melrose, for speeding contrary to s. 146(1) of the Motor Vehicle Act.; The appeal is allowed and I order a new trial
R. v. Rudowski, appeal by Jerzy Ronald Rudowski for an order granting a new hearing date in Abbotsford Traffic Court
Royer v. British Columbia (Superintendent of Motor Vehicles), Superintendent refused to revoke an administrative driving prohibition
R. v. Fogt, for having failed to take steps to locate and notify in writing the owner or person in charge of property whose property he had damaged while operating vehicle
Costain v. British Columbia (Superintendent of Motor Vehicles), alleges breach of the Petitioner’s constitutional rights, specifically sections 8, 10(b), and 11(d) of the Charter.
NEW TRIAL, NO 'WHY' - R. v. Folkers, judicial justice convicted the appellant of speeding in a construction zone; appellant appeals from that result and seeks an order quashing his conviction.
R. v. Dadmand, making a u-turn in a business district, contrary to s. 168(b)(v) of the Motor Vehicle Act,
LARGE AWARD - Culos v. Chretien, traversing a crosswalk in downtown Kamloops, B.C., when he was struck by the defendant’s car. Neither party saw the other until the moment of impact.
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