In R. v. A.M., my client was charged with robbery. He was detained after a bail hearing (which I did not do) and was going to apply for a bail review as the case looked weak until a Toronto police officer told the Crown and myself that my client was selected in a photo line-up. At the preliminary hearing, we finally received the photo line-up and learned the officer had lied to us both. The Crown withdrew all charges against my client.