Another former client, Mr. B hired our office to assist with new charges he had incurred. Mr. B. was employed as a sheriff under the Provincial regulations. His job entitled enforcing judicial orders and seizing property of debtors. The charges he had incurred all dealt with the offence of Impersonating a Police Officer. It was alleged that on multiple occasions throughout the city, our client had represented himself to others as an officer and had in fact brandished a prohibited handgun consistent with that of CPS officers. The matter was set for trial and hinged on statutory interpretation affiliated with the roles of an officer and the duties of a sheriff under the relevant regulations. Ultimately our office was successful and the charges were dismissed.