Athlete Avoids a Record After Dated Marijuana Conviction

Posted: August 14, 2017

Jay Michi secured a much need conditional discharge for his client whose past caught up to him, but didn't get the better of him.

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Seized items returned to Kamloops gym owner; lawyer argues ‘unlawful’ and ‘egregious’ actions by police

Posted: January 31, 2017

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Men who attacked, knocked out Kamloops Mountie avoid prison

Posted: January 27, 2017

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Kamloops Lawyers score major win at the Supreme Court of Canada!

Posted: October 21, 2016

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Fentanyl Sentencing Case

Posted: August 6, 2016

Jeremy Jensen represented a client charged with selling Fentanyl. This is the first decision made by a British Columbia Judge in relation to sentencing an individual charged with trafficking Fentanyl. Although the Crown was seeking a four-year prison sentence, the Judge sided with Jeremy’s submissions, sentencing the accused to 2 years.

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Evidence Excluded after Compelling Charter Arguments

Posted: August 3, 2016

Jay Michi represented a client charged with possessing drugs and weapons and facing 5 years in jail. Following a successful Charter voir-dire, the Judge ruled this evidence was obtained by breaching the accused’s Charter rights, and all of the evidence was excluded and the charges were dismissed.

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Kamloops Lawyers Appear Before the Supreme Court of Canada!

Posted: July 29, 2016

Jeremy Jensen and Micah Rankin appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada, arguing that Judge’s should not have much discretion to reject or vary joint-sentencing submissions proposed by Crown and Defence.

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Not Criminally Responsible for Dozens of Counts

Posted: July 26, 2016

Micah Rankin appeared before the court representing a client charged with a dozen counts, including attempted murder with a firearm. The court ruled that the accused was not criminally responsible, and subsequently did not grant the charges brought by the Crown.

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Not Guilty of Sexual Assault

Posted: July 19, 2016

Jeremy Jensen appeared before the court representing an individual charged with sexual assault. Jeremy successfully showed the accused was wrongfully accused, and he was acquitted.

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No Jail for B.C. hunter for fatally shooting family's two dogs near Heffley Creek

Posted: June 1, 2016

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