• Only a small percentage of cases are chosen to be reported by legal publications. These cases are deemed significant in having created new legal precedent or in clarifying points of law. These reported decisions act as precedents on which the courts and counsel rely in future cases.

Following are a number of reported decisions of Ms. Fromstein's:

Following are reported decisions of David Connally:

  • R v A - 2013 ONSC 5675 - attempt murder charge stayed due to breach of client's right to trial in a reasonable time pursuant to section 11(b) of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms
  • R. v I 2012 - Mr. Connally's client trafficked 145 oxycontin pills to an undercover officer over the course of four separate transactions. Mr. Connally successfully argued that police had entrapped his client - that is, police had targeted Mr. Connally's client and offered him an opportunity to commit a criminal offence (trafficking) without reasonable suspicion that the client was already engaged in unlawful conduct. All charges were stayed and Mr. Connally's client walked out of the courtroom a free man. [2012] O.J. No. 2516