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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.