L.L. was charged with assaulting his neighbour with a brick. Photographic evidence showed the neighbour had been assaulted and L.L. was arrested at the scene. MF pressed for disclosure and successfully adjourned the trial when the Crown produced it at the last minute. At the trial, Misha successfully argued that the delay in bringing L.L. to trial was unreasonable. The trial judge agreed and the charges against L.L. were stayed by the judge.
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