Mr. D. was a successful Calgary business owner that owned a number of taxi cabs here in the city. Over the years, he had developed a strong friendship with one of his employees who eventually assumed some management responsibilities. Mr. D. purchased a camping trailer one summer and elected registered it under the employee’s name for convenience sake. That said, a fall out ensued with the employee and the police became involved. Ultimately, the client was charged with Fraud over $5000. While the transaction was negligent it was far from criminal. Further, it was evident that the ill-willed former employee wasn’t telling the truth. After setting the matter down for trial, Mr. Wyman was able to provide Crown Counsel with documentation demonstrating that the client was the legitimate owner of the trailer and that no fraud had been perpetrated. The client’s charges were subsequently withdrawn without the need for a trial.