Bottos Law defence lawyer Will van Engen successfully defended his client, Daniel Viau, against accusations that he sexually assaulted two clients of his in 2016.
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Dino Bottos, criticized how police have handled this case to date. “I’m very concerned about the police’s conduct here,” he said shortly after Leigh Ann de Ruiter was granted bail on consent from the Crown Wednesday afternoon.
DWI vs DUI: What is the difference? If you have been charged with an impaired driving offence, you have likely... View Article
Bottos Law Student-at-Law, Prabjot S. Wirring, challenges the law requiring new lawyers to swear allegiance to the Queen.
Bottos Law Counsel Will van Engen was in Court in January opposing an extreme sentence sought by the Crown for his client.
Austin Corbett of Bottos Law Group recently commented on the ongoing problem of over-incarceration of indigenous persons, especially women, across Canada and in the Northwest Territories.
Will van Engen, defence counsel with Bottos Law Group, spoke to the CBC about the proposed “Noah’s Law” which would impose mandatory minimum sentences on repeat sexual offenders and allow public access to the sexual offender registry.
Bottos Law Group lawyer Jacqueline Petrie was featured in an article examining the struggle of people, like Mr. Kankam, who have been in hospital for years but given almost no opportunity to move back into the community despite being mentally well for a long time
A judge has released a written decision explaining why he ordered a murder suspect to remove his COVID-19 mask during a recent trial.
Austin Corbett was interviewed in the Edmonton Journal and Calgary Herald on Dec. 9, 2020, shortly after the Province announced... View Article
Bottos Law Group Associate Counsel Peter Sankoff was cited twice in last week’s landmark decision of R v Zora, 2020 SCC 14.
Dino Bottos appointed as Queen's Counsel in Alberta, a recognition of his commitment to the profession and the public for the past 30 years.