Homicide cases—manslaughter, murder, and driving offences where a person loses their life—are the most serious offences in Canadian law. These offences are often tried before a judge and jury, and often involve complex legal and factual issues such as self-defence, provocation, intoxication, or mental disorder.
The lawyers at Abergel Goldstein & Partners LLP have extensive experience representing clients charged with these serious offences. All of the partners have litigated murder trials, and we regularly appear for clients charged with:
- Attempted Murder
- Conspiracy to commit murder
- Criminal negligence causing death
- Impaired driving causing death
- Appeals from conviction or sentence for homicide offences.