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Our lawyers

Sean Robichaud
Sean RobichaudLead Counsel, Barrister & Solicitor
Chantelle LaFitte
Chantelle LaFitteAssociate, Barrister & Solicitor
Jordan Gold
Jordan GoldAssociate, Barrister & Solicitor
Thomas Surmanski
Thomas SurmanskiAssociate, Barrister & Solicitor
Michael J. Bryant
Michael J. BryantOf Counsel to the Firm

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Whether a client is charged with first degree murder, domestic assault, sexual assault, or possession of marijuana, our firm approaches every case with the same level of resolve.

We take great pride in our talented lawyers and staff who share the philosophy that a client can never ask for too much when they are facing criminal charges. Our lawyers understand and appreciate the stress and anxiety that someone charged with a criminal offence is going through and can make the experience of being charged with a criminal offence as tolerable as possible.

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The set-date system in Ontario needs change and here’s how…

July 27th, 2017|0 Comments

Complacency starts in set-date Court. A solution on how small changes can have profound effects on delay. Today, across the Province of Ontario, hundreds of lawyers and thousands of unrepresented accused will waste [...]

7 practical tips on digital evidence for lawyers. Protection, preservation, tracking, and privilege.

July 10th, 2017|0 Comments

7 tips for lawyers on guarding privilege, protecting client rights, and tracking evidence in the digital age. When I was an articling student, my principal Jack Pinkofsky used to always [...]

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R. v. Alex – Lawful demands and evidentiary shortcuts in over 80 cases

July 6th, 2017|0 Comments

R. v. Alex: the Supreme Court of Canada's ruling that lawful demands are not required in over 80 cases. The Supreme Court has now made it clear, through their judgment in R. v. [...]

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The case of Bradshaw: hearsay, gun shots, and reliability.

June 30th, 2017|0 Comments

The Supreme Court of Canada has made it clear: hearsay is presumptively inadmissible (or so I heard...) The case of Bradshaw. Yesterday, the Supreme Court of Canada released their decision of R. v. Bradshaw and [...]