This is Part 3 of an ongoing article series describing criminal defence law in Calgary, and what you can expect as your defence case progresses.Read More
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After reporting the potential sale of stolen goods in the lane behind his house, a Calgary senior citizen was reportedly pulled from his truck, bitten by a Calgary Police Service...Read More
In Part 1 of this article, we learned that a Calgary criminal defence lawyer's job is about protecting everyone's rights after they've been accused of a crime, not necessarily criminal...Read More
Criminal defence lawyers and police officers, in Calgary and throughout the world, are often depicted as standing opposed to each other.Read More
Understanding the job of a Calgary criminal defence lawyer is easier said than done. The law is a complex animal, and the rules and procedures in place for the Calgary...Read More
Impaired driving charges or DUIs remain one of the most common offences in the Calgary area, with more than a thousand DUI charges brought each year just by the Calgary Police.Read More
A local Calgary retailer thinks it's caught a criminal and decided to play detective and prosecutor all at once.Read More
Last week, Nebraska's legislature passed a law abolishing the death penalty, overriding a veto by the governor of that state and ensuring that the ten people currently on "death row"...Read More
Canada has not executed a prisoner for over fifty years, and the death penalty has been abolished for almost all crimes in Canada since 1976 (with the last few remaining...Read More
Most people in Calgary will go their entire lives without being accused of a real crime, not counting minor traffic infractions.Read More