What exactly does that mean?
Also, the Crown submitted a white form. Im not sure what that is.
Can someone explain what that form is?
1st hearing, disclosure was given. 11b) motion was denied.
2nd hearing. I asked to cross-examine the officer, however the Crown chose to not call it's own witness, as a summons is required.
3rd hearing. Courts have lost jursdiction due to an error on the certificate of offence.
What type of paperwork did the Crown file?
Is the form available online on the Ontario Court of Justice website?
It seems like the Crown has abandoned my case.
Why didn't they do this earlier?
And for the record, the prosecutor did not withdraw the charge (I asked the JP)
and in fact the courts have lost jursdiction in the matter.
This means, don't have personal jursidiction to come after me. (I looked it up).
I'm just shocked they decided to first, not call their own witness.
Second, I am shocked that they decided to not proceed.
Shouldn't it be my responsiblity to file the documents for this fatal error?
Why would they do me a favor???
However after attending, the Crown Prosecutor didn't have the photographs, so the charges were withdrawn.
Moral of the story: Don't back down and be persistant.
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