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Recent Successes

Ms. Fromstein has had numerous recent successes with acquittals, withdrawals and excellent sentencing dispositions. Below we note only a small few of these.

R v JM 2017

Charges of Aggravated Sexual Assault for non-disclosure of HIV by Defendant with undetectable viral load all WITHDRAWN against Cynthia’s client based on Cynthia’s persuasive argument with the Crown Attorney and expertise regarding the medical science that showed her client did not meet the test for realistic risk of transmission.

R v SR 2017

Domestic Assault, Criminal Harassment, Uttering Death Threat charges all WITHDRAWN against Cynthia’s client upon entering common law peace bond for 6 months. No criminal record or any negative impact on client’s reputation or employment.

R v VR 2017

Importing Cocaine withdrawn against Cynthia’s client who was arrested at Pearson Airport.

R v EL 2017

Charges of Possession for the Purposes of Trafficking in Cocaine, MDMA, Marijuana, Weapons Dangerous and Carry Concealed Weapon all withdrawn against Cynthia’s client.

R v MJ 2016 O.J. No. 3177 Reported Decision

Charge Aggravated Sexual Assault on person under 16 years.

Five year Minimum Mandatory Sentence STRUCK DOWN AS UNCONSTITUTIONAL by Superior Court of Ontario following constitutional challenge by Cynthia Fromstein and defence team. Defence sentencing submissions successful and MJ sentenced to two years less a day.

R v W 2016 OJ No. 3177

Charge Aggravated Sexual Assault for non disclosure of HIV

Cynthia Fromstein successful in negotiating for Crown to reduce charge to summary conviction offence of 'False Pretences'. Client receives unprecedented Absolute Discharge. As a result client can answer all employment inquiries that he has NO criminal record and the finding of guilt is automatically expunged in one year.

R v P 2016

Charge Indecent Act for alleged 'flashing' WITHDRAWN against client.

R v D 2016

Charge First Degree Murder

Cynthia Fromstein wins the right to a court-ordered psychiatric assessment that remains confidential to the defence.