In R. v. K.C., my client was charged with trafficking cocaine and possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking. At the preliminary hearing my client was discharged of the trafficking cocaine case after the person he was alleged to have sold to testified the man looked very different than my client. At trial, I brought a Charter motion arguing that the Peel officers arrested my client without first doing a proper investigation into who sold the drugs to the other individual. The trial judge found my client’s rights were breached and excluded the cocaine he was found with in his pocket.