Homicide & Manslaughter
On Oct. 11, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada heard the appeal of R v Suter. Present were several members of the firm.
To Members of the Criminal Trial Lawyers Association: Update: Sept. 9, 2017 As some of you know, on June 30, 2017 the Court of Appeal released a 91 page judgment in R. v. Barton overturning a jury acquittal of Bradley Barton on a charge of first degree murder in the death of Cindy Gladue. I am… 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.
Mr. Dino Bottos appears on CTV Primetime to discuss current topics in Criminal Law. Includes comments on Teen Sextortion, the Court of Appeal and more.
The Crown filed their Reponse in the Supreme Court of Canada Appeal of R v Suter. Bottos Law Group filed our response to the Crown on June 8, 2017. R v Suter is scheduled to be heard this fallon October 11, 2017.
Articling with Bottos Law Group represents a unique opportunity to work and learn at one of the leading criminal law firms in Edmonton, Alberta. Students-at-Law at the firm participate in all aspects of the work we do, and are an important and valued part of our team. The Firm Bottos Law Group is led by… View Article
Bottos Law Group filed the Defence/Appellant Factum today in the Supreme Court of Canada Appeal of R v Suter.
There have been stories in the news about travellers forced to unlock their phones and digital devices. This is a troubling trend, and many people are surprised that this is legal.