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The Toronto Star

Criminal Lawyer Stirs Controversy in Toronto Drug Case

My unique style of defending my clients has caused controversy in the Toronto community. My client, Edmund Kim, was charged with marijuana possession following a police search of his Toronto home. As a fully dedicated lawyer, I challenged the evidence against Kim, arguing that all evidence was inadmissible due to the officers not having a legal search warrant when entering Kim's home.

Marijuana Drug Possession Case in Recent Media Articles

Below are the articles published in the Toronto Star which highlights my dedication to defending the innocence of my client, Edmund Kim:

Judge dismisses grow-op charges; Home searched without warrant Charter rights abused, court rules

Lack of search warrant trial's focus; Police entered Pickering home Man charged with running grow op

Warrant central to pot case

Man denies starting shooting that killed Ephraim Brown

Read more Toronto Star Coverage on Toronto Criminal Lawyer, Leora Shemesh

Judge acquits Toronto cook, ruling police used excessive force

Judge finds woman ordered to remove her bra by York police was subjected to unreasonable search

Defence lawyer alleges Toronto officers diverted 7 kilos of meth into her client's car

Meet Leora Shemesh: the police force's enemy No. 1 in court

Peel drug cops told calculated lies in court, judge says

Juror alleges she was coerced into murder verdict in Christopher Lewis trial

Men acquitted in killing of Ephraim Brown

Chef alleges cruiser video shows police brutality

Underwire bra supports drunk driving defence

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