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Child Pornography — Toronto Criminal Defence

Client:  J.G., Accused
Complainant:  Peel Regional Police Service, Internet Child Exploitation Unit
Charges:  accessing and possession of child pornography

The Queen v. J.G,
Ontario Court of Justice, Brampton
Judge Andre
(withdrawn: 5 October 2005)

Crown:  D. King, Office of the Crown Attorney, Brampton
Defence:  Craig Penney, Toronto Computer Crimes Lawyer, Brampton

¶ 1  THE COURT:  Yes, Mr King.

¶ 2  CROWN:  Good Morning, Your Honour. 55 to 57 on the list, Mr. J.G,

¶ 3  THE COURT:  Mr. J.G,

¶ 4  MR PENNEY:  Yes, Good morning, Your Honour. Penney, initial, "C.," appearing as designated counsel, please.

¶ 5  THE COURT:  Yes.

¶ 6  CROWN: And it's King, first initial, "D.," for the Crown — for Madam Reporter. Your Honour, my friend and I have had some discussions about this case on an ongoing basis. I've also received some additional information and evidence and with the officer-in-charge, I've reviewed — reviewed all of what we have on this case and I'd be asking that the matter be marked withdrawn today, please.

¶ 7  THE COURT:  All right, then. Based on the Crown's representations to this Court, the charges against this gentleman, Mr. J.G,

¶ 8  MR PENNEY:  Thank you, Your Honour.

¶ 9  THE COURT:  Only I haven't said anything yet. I'm sorry. On information 004260, marked having been withdrawn at the request of the Crown. Thank you.

¶ 10  CROWN:  Thank you, Your Honour.

¶ 11  MR PENNEY:  Thank you, Your Honour. I thank my friend.

¶ 12  THE COURT:  Yes.