Our client was referred to Mr. Wyman by way of a prominent Calgary lawyer. His parents retained our office to represent him with respect to a sexual assault charge. It was alleged that B. sexually assaulted the complainant while in the bathroom at a party. Mr. G. agreed that the 2 of them had sex but was of the view that the encounter was entirely consensual. The matter proceeded to trial with both the complainant and Mr. G. explaining their recollections of the incident. During cross-examination of the complainant Mr. Wyman pointed to numerous inconsistencies between her evidence and her earlier statements to police. Most notably, she had indicated previously that she had not consented to any of the sexual activity but now admitted that she had lied to the authorities. The client had been extensively prepped regarding testimony and his evidence regarding the incident was eventually accepted by the trial judge. A not guilty verdict was entered.