Success Stories

Numerous Examples of Cases That We Have Won

David Anber is an Ottawa criminal defence lawyer who fights all criminal offences and provincial offenses in Ontario with many success stories to share.

Dui Cases

Tim L.’s Case, Ottawa

Impaired Driving; Driving Over the Legal Limit, .104 BAC Careless Driving, $400 fine, the Client kept his licence without any restrictions This client lost control of his vehicle and spun out of control striking another vehicle. Once police officers were at the scene,...

Robert R.’s Case, Kingston

Over the Legal Limit, Care and Control of a Vehicle, .129 Case Dismissed Robert R., an 81 year old man, has had a tradition of going to his local pub for a few pints of beer. Although he would typically drive there, he’d usually take a cab home and retrieve his...

Danusia W.’s Case, Pembroke

Impaired Driving; Driving Over the Legal Limit, .114 BAC Case Dismissed A happy day can sometimes turn bad very quickly. For this client, she had just finished celebrating her graduation to become a young professional. She had a job lined up and life was good. Driving...

Crimes Involving Violence

M.N.’s Case, Ottawa

Assault x 2 and Uttering Threats The charges were diverted from the criminal justice system This young person was staying at a group home. One day, she and other residents were misbehaving. When told to stop she became agitated and threatened to throw a rock at one of...

Luc S.’s Case, Ottawa

Assault a Police Officer; Resist Arrest; Utter Death Threat; Mischief; Causing a Disturbance Conditional Discharge; No Criminal Record One night, two Ottawa police officers were ‘conducting a routine bar check’ at the BareFax Strip Club in Ottawa (!), when...

Peter P.’s Case, Ottawa

Assault Conditional Discharge; No Criminal Record Peter and his friend went out to various parties one Saturday night. They were quite intoxicated. They called for a cab and were headed to another party. While driving down the Highway 417, the young men and the taxi...

Sexual Assault Cases

Allan M’s Case, Ottawa

Investigation for Sexual AssaultNo charges laid.It is a well known fact that Criminal Lawyers tell their clients not to speak to police. Anything said can be used against a person and typically exculpatory (helpful, “I’m innocent” type) statements...

J. T’s Case, Ottawa

Sexual Assault Jury Verdict: Not Guilty J.T. was charged when an ex-girlfriend claimed he had raped her. That accusation was a complete lie. When the Jury foreman came into the room and was asked about this charge, he delivered the verdict “Not...

Blake P.’s Case

Sexual Assault (x2), Choking Not guilty of all charges This case from 2014 was yet another example of a sexual assault case where David Anber fought to get the charges completely thrown out. Mr. P denied his guilt all along. Once all the evidence was in, it was clear...

Driving Offences

Tyson T.’s Case, Ottawa

Fail to Remain at the Scene of an Accident No Charges Were Ever Laid This person contacted David Anber after his vehicle had been seen driving and getting into an accident with another vehicle. The vehicle then left the scene and a picture was taken of the vehicle....

Ryan O.’s Case, Pembroke

Police Chase leading to charges of Dangerous Driving, Flight from Police, Several HTA Offences No Jail This person took police on a chase over some 4.7 kilometres. He drove his motor vehicle through populated areas of both Ontario and LaVelle, Quebec, at high rates of...

Marc S.’s Case, L’Orignal

Dangerous Driving, Flight from Police, Stunt Driving No Jail This client was driving down the highway when a police officer captured his vehicle on radar speeding. She turned on her emergency lights. Instead of stopping, the accused accelerated and tried to evade the...

Domestic Assault

David K.’s Case, Perth

Assault Conditions Varied; Client returned home As is usually the case in a domestic assault case, whether or not the accused is actually guilty, there will usually be very strict conditions placed on him or her until the case is finished. Even for minor offences and...

Wayne H.’s Case #2, Ottawa

AssaultConditions Varied; Client returned homeAs is usually the case in a domestic assault case, whether or not the accused is actually guilty, there will usually be very strict conditions placed on him or her until the case is finished. Even for minor offences and...

Shaun M.’s Case #2, Cornwall

Assault Causing Bodily Harm; Breach of Recognizance (Bail) x 2Conditions Varied; Client returned homeAs is usually the case in a domestic assault case, whether or not the accused is actually guilty, there will usually be very strict conditions placed on him or her...

Property Offences

Kim C.’s Case, Ottawa

Fraud of $100,000.00 from Welfare Conditional Sentence (No Jail) Kim and her (now former) spouse collected money from welfare ($100k in particular) when they were not entitled to do so. The spouse went to jail for 7 months. Mr. Anber worked out a deal by which the...

Michael G.’s Case, Ottawa

Theft of over 5k; ($27,000.00) position of trust Conditional Sentence (No Jail) This client had a serious gambling addiction and found himself in trouble. As a result he stole nearly thirty thousand dollars from his employer and then planned to stage a break in to...

Trina P. & Patrick F.’s Case, Milton

Causing a Disturbance x 2; Mischief Diverted from the Criminal Justice System One hot summer day on Highway 403 traffic was backed up more than had ever been seen before. Traffic was at a standstill for hours. At one point cars started using the shoulder to pass the...

Drug Cases

Rylan B.’s Case, Brockville

Possession of a Controlled Substance, Cocaine (2 grams); Possession of a Controlled Substance, Marijuana (21 grams) Diverted from the Criminal Justice System A bunch of guys driving in this client’s car were searched by police after a traffic stop and cocaine...

Karine D.’s Case, Ottawa

Possession of a Controlled Substance, Crack Cocaine (1.9 grams) Conditional Discharge (no criminal conviction) This client, a popular exotic dancer in the Ottawa area, was asleep when the police busted down her door looking for a person of interest. When they searched...

Leng C.’s Case, Brockville

Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking, Marijuana (26 pounds)Conviction Set Aside; New Trial OrderedThis mild mannered young man was asked by his sister’s “friend” to drive a car to Toronto and drop it off for another “friend”. He...

Justice System Offences

Kendra T.’s Case, Brockville

Obstruction of a Police Officer in the performance of his duties and possession of marijuana Charges Withdrawn This client was the passenger in a car being driven by her boyfriend. When her boyfriend was pulled over, he lied about his identity. It was alleged that she...

Greg M.’s Case, Ottawa

Obstruction of a Police Officer performing his duties Matter Diverted from the Criminal Justice System While Mr. Anber was still in law school he took this case on. In this case, the accused was pulled over by the O.P.P. (Ontario Provincial Police). Since he had a...

P.F.’s Case #2, Ottawa

Breach of Recognizance Absolute Discharge 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 with those charges, he was under strict...

Careless Driving

No Results Found

The page you requested could not be found. Try refining your search, or use the navigation above to locate the post.

Speeding / Racing

Aaron Z.’s Case, Kitchener

Speeding, 118km/h in a posted 50km/h zone Application to extend time to appeal granted. In this case David Anber won an Application to extend time to appeal in a provincial offences matter. The Appeal was for a conviction which had taken place 2 years previously. This...

Hy E.’s Case, Cornwall

Stunt Driving, 172km/h in a posted 100km/h zone Reduced to 149KM/H in a 100KM/H zone (Minor Offence). This is one of numerous cases where there was a high speed alleged and David Anber was able to get it reduced to 49km/h over the limit. Most prosecutors will tell you...

Other HTA Cases

Dennis P.’s Case, Ottawa

Speeding, 149km/h in a posted 100km/h zoneGuilty / Appeal granted / Not Guilty / Crown AppeaThis case made national news when poor Mr. P was found guilty of a speeding ticket (that he never should have been convicted of) he hired David Anber to Appeal it which was...

Roger D.’s Case, Ottawa

Fail to Stop for Police; Following Too Close Charges amended to one single minor offence. Roger D. was driving his car, minding his own business, listening to reggae music. The music was turned up somewhat making it hard to hear sounds outside. Meanwhile a car driving...

Alex S.’s Case, Brockville

Fail to Change Lanes When Passing Stopped Emergency Vehicle Guilty / Appeal Granted, Charges Dismissed Alex S was represented by David Anber at trial and again on Appeal. The charge was failing to change lanes for stopped emergency vehicle. At trial a Justice of the...

Other POA Cases

Amy C.’s Case, Ottawa

Professional Misconduct Under the Real Estate Business Brokers Act Fines reduced significantly. Amy C. was charged with regulatory offences under the Real Estate Business and Broker’s Act. REBBA is a statute which target real estate brokers and real estate...

Carolyn W.’s Case, Ottawa

Running Unlicenced Body Massage Parlour Charges Withdrawn. Carolyn W. was charged with running an unlicensed body rub parlour in the city of Ottawa. David Anber got the charge withdrawn by the prosecution raising some issues on the subject of entrapment. NOTE: as of...

Christine C.’s Case, Ottawa

City of Ottawa Zoning Bylaw OffenceAppeal Granted, Charges Dismissed. Christine C. was charged with running a cat breeding company without the proper permit and licensing in the City of Ottawa. Before she hired David Anber she paid a high priced civil litigation...

Do you have a question for us?

You can email us or call us 24/7. We cover cases all over Ontario and Quebec.