A client accused of theft for over $10,000 and breaking and entering obtains a withdrawal of sanctions
A client of Mr Morin was accused of breaking and entering in his friend's home, where he had supposedly stolen goods on four occasions, for a total amount of over $10,000. Considering the fact the accused was a minor at the time, a deal for the withdrawal of sanctions was made with the Crown prosecutor of the Youth division if he repaid the plaintiffs and if he completed a rehabilitation program. By following these steps, the accused avoided a conviction on all counts.
Mr Morin also previously negotiated with the prosecutor to free him after he was arrested for not showing up in Court, as stated in his recognizance.
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