Adam G. P. Stubbs is a Criminal Defence Lawyer, serving the City of Toronto and surrounding jurisdictions, with a proven record of success and a reputation for both courtroom tenacity and client compassion.

A Record of Success

  • R. v. S.G.

    The client was charged with Robbery and Fail to Comply with Recognizance. Mr. Stubbs negotiated a withdrawal of all charges.

  • R. v.  J.B.

    The client was charged with Living off the Avails of Prostitution, Procuring, Forcible Confinement and Exercise Control. Mr. Stubbs negotiated a withdrawal of all charges prior to trial.

  • R. v. C.L.

    The client was charged with Obstruct Peace Officer. Mr. Stubbs negotiated a withdrawal of charge prior to trial.

  • R. v. A.M.

    The client was charged with Robbery. Mr. Stubbs negotiated a withdrawal of charge prior to trial

  • R. v. B.N.

    The client was charged with Threatening Death/Bodily Harm, Break Enter & Commit into Non-dwelling (x2) and Break Out of Non-dwelling. After a multiple day trial, all charges were dismissed against the client.

  • R. v. B.O.

    The client was charged with Threatening Death, Forcible Confinement, Assault with a Weapon, Carry Concealed Weapon, Weapons Dangerous, and Breach of Recognizance. Mr. Stubbs negotiated a withdrawal of all charges prior to trial.

  • R. v. M.Q.

    The client was charged with Arson. Mr. Stubbs negotiated a withdrawal of charge prior to trial.

  • R. v. Z.R.

    The client was charged with Assault. Mr. Stubbs negotiated a withdrawal of charge prior to trial.

  • R. v. D.R.

    The client was charged with Robbery. Mr. Stubbs negotiated a withdrawal of charge prior to trial.

  • R. v. L.W.

    The client was charged with Possession for the Purpose, Schedule 1 Substance (Heroin), Possession for the Purpose, Substance Schedule 2, Possession Substance Schedule 2 and Fail to Comply Recognizance. Mr. Stubbs negotiated a withdrawal of all charges prior to trial.

  • R. v. B.C.

    The client was charged with Possession of Firearm, Unauthorized Possession of Firearm, Careless Storage of Firearm, and the like. Case involved a search warrant of a private residence. Mr. Stubbs negotiated a withdrawal of all charges prior to the preliminary inquiry.

  • R. v. P.R.

    The client was charged with Possession of Ammunition Contrary to Prohibition Order. Mr. Stubbs negotiated a withdrawal on day of trial.

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