R. v. H.
Ms. H was charged with a series of charges relating to drug possession for the purpose of trafficking and conspiracy to traffic. She was the subject of surveillance and appeared to be carrying a large empty bag into an apartment and then leaving with it full. While the Crown’s case appeared to be strong at the bail stage, Ms. H. still benefits from the presumption of innocence until convicted. Ms. B worked with Ms. H’s daughter and friend to perfect a plan of supervision. Ms. H’s daughter was only (21) twenty-one years old and neither her nor her mother’s friend had ever been sureties before. Ms. B. made sure that both sureties were 100% clear on their roles and duties to the court, knowing that the Crown may have concern with the daughter’s age. After speaking with the sureties, the Crown was confident in their capabilities and consented to Ms. H’s release, who was able to return home and continue operating the store she owned.
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