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accused were detected at night in a berry field near the Canada-U.S. border by a police helicopter; approximately 40 kilograms of cocaine.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
R. v. Dhillon, Ruling on Voir Dire Re: Search of Cell Phone; charged with importing into Canada approximately 30 kilograms of cocaine that was found in his tractor-trailer unit at the Pacific Highway commercial border crossing
R. v. Walthers, has pleaded guilty to two drug trafficking offences; namely, that on October 27, 2010, at or near Hope, he unlawfully possessed cocaine for the purposes of trafficking,
R. v. Arthur, Oral Ruling on Voir Dire #2; charged with possession of proceeds of crime and possession of cocaine for the purpose
R. v. Lau, value of the ketamine is estimated to be between $5 million and $17 million, if sold in bulk, with a street value of as much as $50 millionCOURT OF APPEAL FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
R. v. Snider, possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking.
R. v. Tremblay, did unlawfully possess a controlled substance to wit: N-methylenedioxyamphetamine (MDMA or Ecstasy), for the purpose of exporting from Canada,
R. v. Chia, Application for Bail Review; substantial amounts of cocaine and methamphetamine and three handguns
R. v. Borecky, Crown applies for leave to appeal; possession of controlled substances for the purpose of trafficking and thirteen counts relating to the possession of firearms, ammunition COURT OF APPEAL FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
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