In the Media – Drug Possession Charges

Toronto Star Articles

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

March 25, 2005 edition of The Toronto Star, by Tracy Huffman

“…Officers later entered the home, testifying that they wanted to be sure there hadn’t been a break and enter and that someone wasn’t injured and trapped inside the home.

Kim’s lawyer, Leora Shemesh argued that evidence of the grow op was not obtained legitimately, with an authorized search warrant, and therefore is not admissible in court. The search of the residence was a breach of Kim’s Charter rights, she argued.” [Read the entire article and find out why an experienced drug crimes lawyer is important.]

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