(Calgary, P.C). David Chow is a Calgary DUI lawyer who defended his first criminal impaired driving case in 1999.Read More
some Cases handled by calgary criminal lawyer, David Chow
Cases presented here are only some of the cases handled by David Chow. All cases use lettering to protect the identity of the client for solicitor-client privilege purposes. The case lettering does not necessarily reflect the client's actual initials. David has successfully defended many clients not represented here.
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(Calgary, P.C). David Chow is a Calgary criminal lawyer and Calgary impaired driving lawyer who offers full defence services throughout the Province.Read More
(Turner Valley, T.C.). David Chow is not just a Calgary criminal lawyer, he is also a Calgary impaired driving lawyer who defends the full spectrum of Traffic Safety Act violations.Read More
(Rocky Mountain House, P.C.). There are many reasons for setting a case for trial. For impaired driving and its related offences such as "at 80" and refusing or failing to...Read More
(Whitecourt, P.C.). This was an interesting trial with several Constitutional issues at play. CJJ was charged with failing to provide a breath sample into an Approved Screening Device (ASD). The...Read More
(Calgary, P.C.). JDK's case is another example where the Crown was prepared to appropriately exercise its discretion in the public interests. Many are not aware that in any prosecution, the...Read More
(Didsbury, P.C.). M.J. was charged with operating a motor vehicle with blood alcohol exceeding the legal limit and impaired driving.Read More
(Calgary, P.C.). David Chow is a Calgary DUI lawyer who is no stranger to defending impaired driving cases in Court. A.C.Read More
(Calgary, P.C.). Trial was held in relation to impaired driving, dangerous driving and refusing to blow. The accused filed a Charter Notice.Read More
(Lethbridge PC) Client was charged with impaired driving and refusing to supply a breath sample. The client was acquitted of all charges due to the trial judge having a reasonable doubt.Read More