Client A.G. was recently incarcerated for Possession of a Controlled Substance, to wit Heroin, and Breach of Recognizance x5. The Crown Attorney had discussed with A.G.’s previous lawyer that there was a mandatory jail sentence for the charges currently against A.G. Further, the Crown Attorney was seeking an Application under Section 524 of the Criminal Code of Justice, which if granted, would revoke all of A.G.’s 5 outstanding Recognizances of Bail, or Interm Releases, thus holding him in custody until the completion of those 5 separate cases. After Mr. Batasar took carriage of the file, he fought for a resolution where his client would be sentenced to no jail. After numerous discussions with the Crown Attorney, Mr. Batasar was able to have the Judge agree to both resolving A.G.’s matter with no jail and denying the Crown Attorney’s s.524 Application. NO JAIL, CLIENT RELEASED FROM CUSTODY.