Our office represented a husband and wife that were charged with the offences of uttering threats and sexual interference with a minor. The allegations were serious and involved allegations of sexual touching that had supposedly taken place at a family function years earlier. The case was historical in nature and hinged on credibility. The clients were emphatic that nothing inappropriate had occurred and the matter proceeded to a week-long trial. During lengthy cross-examination, the complainant was adamant that she had disclosed the incident to her Junior High gym teacher and received counselling from him to this effect.  Unbeknownst to her, Mr. Wyman had located and subpoenaed her former teacher who testified for the defence. After hearing the teacher’s evidence that nothing of the sort had been disclosed, the trial judge acquitted both clients of these extremely serious charges.