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Voyeurism Mischief — Toronto Sexual Assault Lawyer

Client:  A.B., Accused
Complainant:  adult female
Charges:  voyeurism and mischief

The Queen v. A.B.
Ontario Court of Justice, Toronto
Justice Then
(peace bond: 4 April 2011)

Crown:  L. MacNaughton, Assistant Crown Attorney, Toronto
Defence:  Craig Penney, Sex Crimes Criminal Lawyer, Toronto

¶ 1   CLERK:  So the 810 is before the Court. Do you want to do it here, Your Worship?

¶ 2   THE COURT:  Sure.

¶ 3   CROWN:  Okay. So A.B. has completed the requirements of direct accountability, including 25 hours of community service, and he's written a letter, and as well, he's going to enter a section 810 peace bond, the condition being that he have no contact, directly or indirectly, with S***, $500, no deposit, please.

¶ 4   THE COURT:  Any conditions? Just no contact?

¶ 5   CROWN:  Just no contact directly or indirectly with her.

¶ 6   CLERK:  It has been signed. And I ask that the remaining charge against A.B. be marked withdrawn at the request of the Crown.

¶ 7  THE COURT:  I have two on the docket. Both withdrawn?

¶ 8   CROWN:  One was previously withdrawn.

¶ 9   THE COURT:  Withdrawn, then, Crown's request.