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A Defence lawyer's perspective on issues in criminal law

Please be aware that all commentary in my blog is designed to promote discourse on a variety of topics.  Though I certainly do some research on the topics discussed and often offer my "two-cents", please keep in mind that nothing I say in this blog is meant to be taken as authoritative on any subject.  My comments are really just me exercising my freedom of expression for the purpose of offering some insight on topics related to the practice of criminal law. As with all topics of discussion, it is important for you to be critical.  If you need a defence lawyer, please call 403.452.8018 for a free telephone consultation or consult with an experienced Calgary criminal lawyer. Happy reading!  Happy watching!

 


Crown drops charge in fatal crash

February 5, 2008

Following a day in which defence lawyers poked holes in its medical expert’s evidence, the Crown won’t proceed with the most serious charge against two motorcyclists involved in a fatal...

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Identity not in doubt prosecutor says

June 23, 2007

IN COURT - Stabbing victim was able to identify his attackers outside Chinook Centre before his vision was drastically reduced by pepper spray they sprayed into his face, Crown prosecutor...

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Stabbing victim brought to tears

June 14, 2007

Lawyer challenges attacker’s identityAn emotionally drained stabbing victim left court in tears after defence lawyer David Chow drilled holes in his testimony regarding the identity of three men who viciously...

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Trio acquitted of stabbing

June 7, 2007

Calgary HeraldBy: Daryl Slade[the accused] had to endure a few more hours in custody after he, his brother and another man were acquitted on Friday of stabbing and pepper spraying...

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Crown handed legal-fee payments

May 25, 2007

The Crown must pay part of the legal bills of two motorcyclists charged in the death of a pedestrian for not disclosing relevant medical evidence, a judge ruled yesterday. And Justice...

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