Poul W.’s Case, Brockville

Charges Weapons Dangerous Result The Accused was found Guilty of "threatening to damage property"; the weapons charge was dismissed; he received an absolute discharge. Case Details This client of David Anber was a retired person who worked part time as an...

P. F.’s Case #2, Ottawa

Charges Breach of Conditions of Release Result Absolute Discharge Case Details As you may have have read in P.F.’s Case #1, this client of Mr. Anber’s had been charged in Toronto with charges that were ultimately withdrawn. However, while he was dealing...

P. F.’s Case #1, Ottawa

Charges Robbery x 3, Attempted Robbery x 2, Conspiracy to Commit Robbery x 3, Breach of Recognizance Result All charges except the breach were dismissed. Case Details P (the client), J and R were walking down the street when R decided to rob a young male walking in...

Ronald N.’s Case, Ottawa

Charges Assault Result Matter was diverted from the criminal justice system Case Details This client, an elderly man, was at a Harvey’s restaurant when he politely asked the person making his burger to use gloves when handling his food. The person became irate...

Laurent B.’s Case, Ottawa

Charges Assault Causing Bodily Harm (to wit, Smashing a Beer Bottle Over Someone's Head) Result Section 810 Peace Bond; No Criminal Record; No Admission of Guilt Case Details While at a bar, this client tripped and bumped into some guy. The guy became very...

Caroline S.’s Case, Ottawa

Charges Assault Result Case Dismissed Case Details It is uncommon that a criminal lawyer has a client who truly appears to be innocent. In this case it became clear early on that David Anber’s client was not guilty of the charge of which she was accused. She had...