Williams & Singh

Providing expert legal advice since 1971

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Couple guilty of assault, acquitted of torture


Outside court, a stern Anderson stood silently with her father and defence lawyer, Vikram Singh.

“This was a horrific case with extenuating circumstances and all parties worked very hard throughout the process to come to the resolve where it’s at now,” Singh said.

Singh said Anderson, who was out on bail briefly over the four years, “has to absorb quite of bit of the changes in her life . . . there’s going to be a period of time for her to transition back into the community.”

lfpress.com After four years in jail, a London couple have been granted bail to await sentencing for severely scalded their roommate

Defence delivers final pitches at torture trial


Defence lawyer, Vikram Singh, representing Cynthia Anderson, 40, and lawyer Frances Brennan for Johnathon Rick, 41, each made their final pitches at the re-trial that began in January before Superior Court Justice Andrew Goodman.

Assistant Crown attorney Laurie Tuttle will present her argument July 15.

lfpress.com Two of three closing arguments in the trial of a couple accused of torturing their vulnerable roommate finished Friday.

Brother’s story changes, too


The brother testified — under questions from Anderson’s lawyer, Vikram Singh, who had called the man to the stand — that his sister became more agitated and shaky in June 2013 after the sentencing had been delayed.

lfpress.com What led to the retrial of a London couple, charged with torturing their roommate, was concern from the alleged victim’s brother that she had lied about how she had been so horribly burned.

Roommate denies abuse


But Anderson, who, with Rick, lived with the woman for about three years, said nothing like that ever happened. She insisted it was a happy, supportive arrangement that everyone enjoyed.

Through questions from her defence lawyer, Vikram Singh, she said she has known Rick since high school.

lfpress.com Cynthia Anderson is still in love.

Retrial in London, Ont. torture case begins


A re-trial was ordered after the woman's brother came forward to police and said the woman had told him all her injuries were self-inflicted.

She went on to describe three instances where Rick and Anderson poured boiling water on her from an electric kettle – to her left shoulder, her back and upper leg.

“I still got the scar there,” she said.

“I'm suggesting you did it to yourself,” Williams [Anderson's defence lawyer] said.

torontosun.com The 29-year old woman who is central in a case of alleged torture by her former roommates had never had an emotional breakdown while testifying at either of the two previous Superior Court trials until Monday.

Glenn Sandberg

Vikram Singh

Vikram Singh practices primarily Criminal and Family Law. He has appeared on both Provincial and Federal matters in the Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal for Ontario.

Mr. Singh has experience in Dangerous Offender Applications, Impaired Driving, Drug Trafficking, Financial and Cyber Crimes, Bail Hearings, Domestic Assaults, Luring, Torture, Child Protection Applications, Children's Aid Society, Custody and Access and Mental Health cases.

Mr. Singh has been appointed Amicus counsel on criminal matters in both the Ontario and Superior Court of Justice for unrepresented accused persons and to cross examine witnesses at the preliminary inquiry and trial stage. He attends at hearings across Ontario including Hamilton, Brantford, Toronto, London, New Market, Barrie, Guelph, Sudbury, St. Catherines, Welland, Kingston, Oshawa and Brampton.

Mr Singh graduated from the University of Birmingham (LL.B), he received his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Windsor and Bachelor of Commerce (B.Comm) from McMaster University.

Norman F. Williams

Mr. Williams is a seasoned litigator with a specialization in complex criminal and civil litigation. He has appeared on both Provincial and Federal matters at the trial and appeal levels, including murder, fraud and money laundering.

He is well renowned for his strategic, skillful and passionate advocacy such as in the case of R. vs. Cooper, which established a case of somnambulism in murder trials, and had set a dramatic precedent in Canadian Law.

Mr. Williams has been practicing law in Hamilton, Ontario having been called to the bar in 1971. He has graduated from Osgoode Law School after receiving a degree in history (B.A.) from Ithaca College in the United States of America.

Mr. Williams, affectionately called Norm by his clients, is now pleased to represent grandchildren of his clients dating back from the 1970's.

Man sentenced for sex offences against child


A video game director who maintained he was only tickling his 11-year-old victim was sentenced to six months in jail for sexual interference and unlawful confinement Thursday.

McCulloch pleaded not guilty to the charges. He told his lawyer, Vikram Singh, he intends to appeal the decision.

stcatharinesstandard.ca A video game director who maintained he was only tickling his 11-year-old victim was sentenced to six months in jail for sexual interference and forceable confinement Thursday.

Woman blames roommates again


Cross-examination by the defence was supposed to start Friday, but Anderson’s lawyer, Norman Williams, asked for an adjournment.

The case will return to court Jan. 28 to argue a defence application.

lfpress.com Testimony from a woman who says she was tortured by her roommates stalled Friday when the defence asked for time to review new information.

Torture trial hears different versions


She started her testimony clinging to claims that she alone was responsible for her monstrous injuries from scalding water, lighter fluid and whippings.

But by the end of Thursday, the 29-year-old woman returned to much of her original testimony from an earlier trial — that her two roommates had tortured her routinely, punished her with pain and kept her locked away.

lfpress.com The instructions from her roommates were clear: if she ever saw a a doctor and was asked how she sustained gruesome burns and whip marks, the woman was supposed to say she did it to herself.

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