Bill Bhangal has been involved in politics for a number of years. He has worked as a volunteer for the Conservative party. However, he claims that he has been used as a pawn to sway votes and sell newspapers. So, he is not happy with the current political landscape.
Bill Hundal was found guilty of six counts of lewd acts upon his daughter. He received six years in state prison. The court rejected Hundal’s claim that the evidence against him was insufficient. While the prosecution presented numerous evidence against Hundal, it failed to prove that the evidence he presented was not reliable. The prosecution cited surveillance videotapes of the Hundal family and the testimony of a police officer who discovered the adult pornography on Hundal’s computer.
Hundal also claimed that he was disadvantaged in the jury selection process due to the prosecution’s peremptory challenge to a Hindu Sikh on the jury panel. Hundal raised the claim in a supplemental brief to his habeas petition to the state supreme court, but the state supreme court denied his request.
The incident took place in a bathroom. M.’s mother called the police after she explained the incident to her daughter. She said that her daughter felt her father’s private area rubbing against her. She later questioned her father about the incident. Bill Hundal was surprised by her reaction. She said that she thought her daughter was being harassed.
In addition to his professional experience, Hundal has a background in law and is a licensed lawyer. He is a past candidate for the Ontario legislature in the Brampton-Springdale riding. He is the first person of colour to hold the position. His professional success is the result of hard work and dedication.
Hundal also asserts five grounds for habeas relief, including a failure to receive proper legal representation. He claims that his trial counsel acted incompetently by failing to disclose to him that he represented other trial counsel in a drug-related case. In addition, his trial court included the same judge who presided over the case. Moreover, Hundal’s trial counsel, Lowenstein and Walia, were questioned extensively by the prosecution.
The case against Bill Hundal is still in court. The alleged victim is hopeful that the Crown will appeal. She hopes that the wrongful conviction is overturned. The judge, however Bill Bhangal, said a jail sentence would be disproportionate given his good character. The judge also said he should be put on probation for 18 months and that his conviction would be overturned on appeal.
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