Client H.M. was charged with Unauthorized Possession of a Prohibited Weapon, Carrying a Concealed Weapon and Breach of Recognizance. During a routine traffic stop, it was alleged that H.M. provided police documentation that raised concerns as to whether the accused was in compliance with certain conditions of recognizance. After further investigation, police formed the opinion that the accused was in fact breaching certain conditions and was subsequently arrested and charged. During the search and seizure of the accused’s vehicle, a knife and 80,000 volt taser were discovered. Further charges were subsequently laid. Upon review of the allegations by Mr. Batasar, there appeared to be very apparent and significant violations of Section 8 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Mr. Batasar argued that the initial roadside stop and the subsequent search of the accused’s vehicle was in violation of H.M.’s rights as defined under Section 8 of the Charter. Mr. Batasar sought an Order pursuant to Section 24(2) of the Charter requesting the exclusion of all evidence arising from the search of the accused’s vehicle. After a successful argument regarding Charter violations, all charges against H.M. were subsequently withdrawn. No conviction.