Calgary Defence Lawyer

A Calgary criminal lawyer

committed to your success.

 

I am Calgary criminal lawyer, David Chow.  In over 14 years of defending criminal cases, I have successfully handled the entire spectrum of criminal cases, including serious impaired driving charges, multi-kilo level drug trafficking, firearms offences, home invasion and murder.  Over the years, I have learned a lot about the law, the process and culture of our criminal justice system.  Notwithstanding that experience is a faithful friend, it is no substitute for hard work, courage and an intellectual approach. Over the years I may have learned how to practice smarter, but the essence of my philosophy has never changed; my interest is your best interest – my only agenda is your success.

Defending you is my priority. I am a criminal lawyer committed to providing a unique and cutting edge legal service – one where you will be properly informed about all aspects of your case. Defending criminal cases is a partnership, not one where the lawyer has a monopoly over strategies, tactics and the law. Ultimately, you are the person carrying the risk; it’s my job to help you manage it.

I understand the law can be confusing, even intimidating. It is my role to help you through the process and to do everything possible to protect your best interests.

My commitment to you is to work intelligently, creatively, energetically and if necessary, viciously, within the parameters of the law. My objective is to ensure your proper representation against a State juggernaut that has access to virtually unlimited resources.

The best resource to defend your charges is your lawyer. I look forward to helping you with your case.

criminal lawyer David Chow: (403) 452-8018

Recent Case Results

R. V. A.W.

August 17, 2016

(Lethbridge, P.C.) The accused was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking powder cocaine and production of crack cocaine.  The charges were ultimately stayed by the Crown due to frailties in the evidence of possession.

R. V. J.P.

August 17, 2016

(Calgary, Q.B.) The accused was charged with second degree murder in relation to an early morning event in downtown Calgary.  This was a difficult case, involving the testimony of over 50 witnesses.  A jury found the accused “not guilty” of second degree murder.

R. V. R.K.

August 2, 2016

(Taber, P.C.J.) The accused was charged with domestic assault in relation to an incident that involved his girlfriend.  The trial verdict was not guilty.  The case was successfully defended as a result of testimony contradicting the complainant’s version of events by the accused.