R v Chouhan, 2020 ONCA 40The Supreme Court of Canada unanimously determined that the legislative changes to the Criminal Code in relation to peremptory jury challenges was constitutional and would...
Turner Valley Criminal Defence
Turner Valley Criminal Defence Lawyer
I am a criminal defence lawyer who specializes in defending clients against criminal charges. When deciding on a lawyer to represent you in criminal matters, experience and results achieved are crucial considerations.
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EXPERIENCE IN criminal law
When deciding on a lawyer to represent you in criminal matters, experience and results achieved are crucial considerations.
My experience is extensive and the results I achieve reflect the commitment to my clients and quality of work produced. I have spent my entire legal career practicing criminal law, both as a crown prosecutor, and as a defence lawyer. Throughout my time, working as a prosecutor, I prosecuted many high-profile cases and gained the inside knowledge that now gives me the cutting edge in defending my clients. I know and understand police and crown tactics and can use that to your advantage in knowing the strategies involving in obtaining the best possible outcome for your matter. As a defence lawyer, I have built a reputation of being a tireless and zealous advocate for my clients. I have successfully defended clients on a wide array of criminal offences from serious to minor, including property offences, firearms/weapons, sexual offences, drug offences, violent crimes, impaired driving, and murder.
With my extensive criminal law knowledge and experience, I am able to fully identify issues and defences in your case. Once I have reviewed the allegation against you, I am able to identify instances where your rights Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms may have been violated, or where the police have made errors. Once I have identified whether your rights were violated, and the errors the police have made, the remedies that I can seek from the court range from an exclusion of the evidence to a stay of proceeding to a withdrawal of the charges.
- Assaults, Threats, and Harassment
- Sexual Assault & Other Sexual Offences
- Possession of Child Pornography and Luring
- Drug Offences
- Firearms & Weapons Offences
- Property Related Offences
- Murder & Manslaughter Offences
- Impaired Driving & Other Driving Offences
- Release Conditions, Probation and Conditional Sentences
- Release and Bail
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The Alberta Court of Appeal began an overhaul of the W.(D.) analysis in Ryon to which Achuil followed and revised the second prong and to which SMC then confirmed the overall framework to now use.
R v HillsThe Court of Appeal of Alberta upheld as constitutional the four-year mandatory minimum sentence of imprisonment pursuant to section 244.