Fowler Law, Lockyer Zaduk Zeeh argue criminal cases before Canada’s top court

SCC heard cases involving impaired driving and first-degree convictions

Fowler Law, Lockyer Zaduk Zeeh argue criminal cases before Canada’s top court

Folwer Law and Lockyer Zaduk Zeeh appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada this week to argue drunk driving and murder cases. Meanwhile, Raven Cameron Ballantyne & Yazbeck LLP was in the Federal Court of Appeal in a labour and employment lawsuit against the RCMP. The constitutionality of the federal judicial appointment system was challenged in the Federal Court, with Ross & McBride LLP representing the parties.

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