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Regina v. Riley

Regina v. Riley

10th January 2014

Mr. Riley is serving a life sentence for first degree murder without eligibility for parole for twenty-five years. Mr. Peters successfully argued before a jury that Mr. Riley's period of eligibility before he can apply for parole should be reduced by three and a half years. Read More

The Queen v. Walker-Huria

The Queen v. Walker-Huria

6th November 2013

The client was charged with second degree murder arising from a drunken confrontation with another young man. When interviewed by the police after speaking to counsel the client admitted to stabbing the young man but said he did not intend to kill him.Read More

The Queen v. (Client Name Witheld)

The Queen v. (Client Name Witheld)

6th November 2013

The client was charged with two counts of sexual assault following two nights in which he slept at his friend’s sister’s house. The two nights were a month apart. A week after the latter night, the sister complained to the police she had been sexually assaulted in her bedroom which she slept with the client.Read More