Bottos Law Group is pleased to report that the first-degree murder charges against Mr. Philip Vanderwell were stayed by the Crown Prosecutors office, as there was "no reasonable likelihood of conviction" as reported in the Edmonton Journal on July 30, 2018. Mr. Vanderwell was represented by Dino Bottos.
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The Supreme Court of Canada today released their decision in R v Suter.
Bottos Law Group today filed the Defence/Appellant Factum in the Supreme Court of Canada Appeal of R v Barton.
Bottos Law Group is proud to announce that Dino Bottos and associate counsel Peter Sankoff have been nominated for the Canadian Lawyer Magazine's Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers.
Bottos Law Group was proud to play an integral role by sponsoring Marie Henein's speech for the Edmonton Public Library Forward Thinking Speakers Series.
Bottos Law Group wishes to extend its congratulations to the University of Alberta, Faculty of Law's Gale Cup moot team, which recently won the 2018 Gale Cup mooting competition in Toronto.
A woman who admitted to killing her daughter while in the midst of a psychotic episode was found not criminally... View Article
On Oct. 11, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada heard the appeal of R v Suter. Present were several members of the firm.
On Sept. 26, 2017, Dino Bottos and the Bottos Law Group filed their application for Leave to Appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada in R v Barton.
To Members of the Criminal Trial Lawyers Association: Update: Sept. 9, 2017 As some of you know, on June 30,... View Article
On Friday, June 30, 2017 the Alberta Court of Appeal published their decision in R v Barton. A panel of 3 Court of Appeal judges led by Chief Justice Catherine Fraser unanimously ruled that the jury acquittal of Bradley Barton should be overturned, and that matter should go back for a new trial on a charge of 1st Degree Murder.
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