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Posted December 2015 by pvadmin

Impaired Driving/DUI

Kurie Queck LLP’s criminal lawyers have extensive experience in handling a wide array of traffic matters, with a particular emphasis on impaired driving offences. The consequences of an impaired driving conviction can be serious, but with Kurie Queck advocating for you, you will increase the odds of a successful defence. If you are in the. Read More

Posted December 2015 by pvadmin

Fighting for Your Rights

From searches to sentencing, you have rights during your criminal proceeding. For instance, section 10 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms gives every citizen rights upon arrest. The police must tell you the reason you’re being arrested upon arrest, are required to tell you about your right to a lawyer, and give you an. Read More

Posted December 2015 by pvadmin

Drug Offenses

Drug offences are a serious and sometimes confusing area of law. Under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, there are numerous offences related to drugs that one can be charged with, including: Simple Possession of a Controlled Substance Trafficking, Cultivating or Producing a Controlled Substance Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Drug Conspiracy These are. Read More

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Bail Hearings

Bail is an essential stage in the course of a criminal proceeding. In Alberta, bail refers to the release of a person facing charges prior to trial or sentencing. Being released on bail is officially known as judicial interim release. Kurie Queck LLP’s criminal law team has successfully advocated for numerous clients at both bail. Read More

Posted December 2015 by pvadmin

Assault

What is an Assault? According to the Criminal Code of Canada, an assault is the intentional application of force against another person without their consent, directly or indirectly. Assault can also occur if a person attempts or threatens to apply force to another person. This can lead to a wide range of actions being considered. Read More

Posted December 2015 by pvadmin

Appeals

At first glance, convictions and sentencing may appear to be the end of a criminal proceeding. However, Canadian law provides for relief by appeal. There are specific grounds which allow one to appeal, and if necessary, Kurie Queck LLP will take your case to the very highest appellate court in order to achieve a satisfactory. Read More

Posted December 2015 by pvadmin

Criminal Law

CRIMINAL LAW SERVICES   IMPAIRED DRIVING / DUI Kurie Queck LLP’s criminal lawyers have extensive experience in handling a wide array of traffic matters, with a particular emphasis on impaired driving offences. The consequences of an impaired driving conviction can be serious, but with Kurie Queck advocating for you, you will increase the odds of. Read More