Client charged with assaulting and confining ex-partner during the breakdown of their relationship. Allegations involved two separate instances and serious injuries caused to the complainant. Client testified that the complainant was the aggressor and that there was no confinement.
Held: Client acquitted of all counts. While the Court did not believe the client, it raised a reasonable doubt. Court also addressed the evidence of the complainant and found that evidence to be less than compelling, as what was described was at times physically impossible or failed to make sense when tested in cross-examination.