BC court document provides irrefutable proof Justin Trudeau was charged with an offence while teaching at WPGA

BC trail by jury record Justin Trudeau had deleted. Justin Trudeau’s trial by jury court case SAMIE, Ali v TRUDEAU, Justin occurred when Justin Trudeau was a teacher in BC. Jury trials are used in a significant share of serious criminal cases in many but not all common law judicial systems. In Canada, you have the right to request a jury trial when you are facing a serious criminal charge. When you face charges for a crime that can have a prison sentence of five years or more, you have the right to request a jury trial in your criminal proceeding. “Jury trials are not common in civil matters, and they are far more complicated than trials without a jury” Supreme Court of BC

Screenshot above of a BC court document confirmed Justin Trudeau was a defendant in a trial by jury. Justin Trudeau issued Writ of Summons 15 June 1999. Appeared before court 03 Nov 1999 and received “Notice Requiring Trial by Jury” 21 Nov 2002.

Section 11(f) of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms:

11. Any person charged with an offence has the right: (f) … to the benefit of trial by jury where the maximum punishment for the offence is imprisonment for five years or a more severe punishment;

To engage section 11(f), a person must at one time have been “charged with an offence” as required by the opening words of section 11.

Trial by jury involves matters such as theft, mischief, assault, sexual assault, murder, manslaughter (vehicular), aggravated assault, bank robbery and drug cases.

In BC the process of trial by jury begins with the defendant/accused making a court appearance. The court clerk reads the charges and the accused is asked to plead guilty or not guilty – when the accused pleads not guilty, the jury selection begins.

Pierre Trudeau’s law firm Heenan Blaikie used to cover up Justin Trudeau’s offences when Justin taught in Port Coguitlam & at WPGA.

Justin Trudeau admitted in 2017 that his father – the former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau – “reached out to his friends in the legal community, got the best possible lawyer and was very confident that he was going to be able to make those charges go away”. Justin Trudeau was referring to his younger brother Michel who was charged with possession of marijuana after he was involved in a collision in 1998. Or was he? Coincidentally Justin Trudeau’s trial by jury process began in 1999. Justin was charged with an offence after he was involved in a collision. And, he’s admitted to smoking pot/controlled substance. Didn’t find any trial by jury record for Michel. Did find trial by jury record for Justin Trudeau. Highly plausible Justin Trudeau was charged with possession of marijuana after he was involved in a collision, not his deceased brother. Would explain why Justin Trudeau elected to go to trial by jury and he campaigned to legalize pot.

It’s a serious offence to drive impaired. Justin Trudeau could have been sentenced to 14 years imprisonment if indicted for impaired driving causing bodily harm. Accidents can result in bodily harm. Impaired driving charge can be laid for having a prohibited level of THC in your blood. THC is the main psychoactive compound in cannabis that produces the high sensation.

You now know why Justin Trudeau didn’t want anyone to conduct an investigation into an allegation that he groped a female reporter in British Columbia in 2000. Investigation would find this court document and Canadians would know that Justin Trudeau has a record and he went to trial.

Impaired driving is the leading criminal cause of death and injury in Canada, and drug-impaired driving is increasing.

Government of Canada website states:

“Getting behind the wheel while impaired by drugs is not only dangerous, it’s against the law. Trained police officers or Drug Recognition Experts can determine if you are under the influence of a drug and can charge you with impaired driving. You can have your license suspended, face fines, criminal charges, and even jail time. …

Charge: Impaired driving causing bodily harm

  • Penalty:
    • Summary conviction: maximum 2 years imprisonment less a day
    • Indictment: maximum 14 years imprisonment”

Very strong motive for electing to go to trail by jury and for wanting the BC record deleted.

Further investigation is needed to determine whether or not the justice who threw out the trial by jury court case unlawfully received then or was rewarded recently any gift or other advantage from the Trudeau family or from Justin Trudeau to throw the case. Justin Trudeau told you why:

My dad said, ‘OK, don’t worry about it.’ He reached out to his friends in the legal community, got the best possible lawyer and was very confident that he was going to be able to make those charges go away

Justin Trudeau, CBC report

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