Vancouver Criminal Lawyer: Meghan Forhan The Facts: Client stole an estimated $500,000.00 in high end liquor from a liquor distribution branch. Client was the employee at the liquor distribution branch and was found to be in a position of trust. The crime was committed with the assistance of [...]
Theft & Fraud Offence Cases
Vancouver Criminal Lawyer: Meghan Forhan The Facts: Client made false insurance claims under her employee health benefit plan. Client obtained funds for massages and physio treatments she did not receive. During an audit, these false claims were flagged and the client was advised she was under [...]
Vancouver Criminal Lawyer: Meghan Forhan The Facts: Client submitted false receipts and financial statements in order to fraudulently obtain funds in the course of her employment. An investigation was opened, and the client hired Ms. Forhan. Ms. Forhan prepared the client for her deposition [...]
Vancouver Criminal Lawyer: Meghan Forhan The Facts: Client brought back $32,000.00 worth of jewelry from overseas and did not declare it to Customs. The client was going through a difficult time in her life and acted out of character. The client was advised by way of letter that the CBSA would [...]
Client Facing Request under Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty in Regards to Investigation of possible Fraudulent Transactions.
Vancouver Criminal Lawyer: Joel Whysall The Facts: Foreign state requested documents seized under a warrant in Canada to be sent to it to aid in criminal investigation. Governing statute was Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Act. Attorney General of Canada sought order under s. 15 of [...]
Vancouver Criminal Lawyer: Brian Mickelson The Facts: The accused, in a position of trust, stole interac cards and withdrew approximately $13,000 from the stolen bank cards. The cards were obtained in the course of the employment of the accused. The accused made full restitution for the amount [...]
Vancouver Criminal Lawyer: Brian Mickelson The Facts: The accused was employed as a book keeper during the length of their employment. The accused appropriated a substantial amount of company funds to themselves. Result: Client received a non custodial suspended sentence.