Lawyer Dino Bottos speaks outside Edmonton courthouse after his client Richard Suter pleaded guilty to failing to provide a breath sample to police.
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A man who mistakenly pushed the gas pedal on his SUV, plowing onto a restaurant patio and killing a toddler, is now facing the prospect of prison in addition to constant fears of vengeance, says his lawyer.
Dino Bottos appears on Alberta Primetime to discuss the impact of the new government regarding justice issues.
Crown prosecutors have filed an appeal in the Cindy Gladue murder case that states serious enough errors were made in the jury instructions to warrant a new trial.
Outrage and concern rippled across the country Thursday as hundreds gathered to protest an Edmonton court case that has become a flashpoint for anger about violence against indigenous women in Canada.
More than 100 people rallying at Saskatoon City Hall applauded the announcement that Alberta prosecutors are appealing the acquittal of an Ontario trucker charged with murder.
Brad Barton's defence lawyer, Dino Bottos, says justice was absolutely served in this case.
A forensic pathologist told a jury Tuesday that the fatal wound to Cindy Gladue could have been caused during sexual activity.
A jury found Bradley Barton not guilty Wednesday night in the death of sex worker Cindy Gladue at the Yellowhead Inn four years ago.
A grainy Edmonton Transit video that captured a fatal stabbing on Canada Day two years ago could have been a key factor in acquitting Augustine Poitras of the crime, his defence lawyer said on Friday.
A jury found an Edmonton man not guilty of second-degree murder Friday in the fatal stabbing of Shane Howarth on Canada Day 2009.
Emotions ran high in a packed Edmonton courthouse Friday as Richard Suter, accused of causing a crash into a restaurant patio that killed a young boy, was granted bail.