Facing a criminal investigation or prosecution can be stressful and overwhelming. Our highly experienced criminal defence lawyers bring significant expertise to each case.
- Impaired driving & other motor vehicle criminal code offences.
- Sexual offences.
- Quasi-criminal regulatory offences in the securities and financial services industries.
- White collar crime.
- Income tax evasion.
- Leading the charge assessment regarding the Special Prosecution of two leaders of a polygamous sect in British Columbia.
- Counsel in several successful appeals from first degree murder convictions.
- Co-Counsel for one of two accused on the Air India case.
- Counsel in the Supreme Court of Canada in R. v. Nagra, a notable case involving passport fraud and allegations of Sikh terrorism.
- Counsel on major multi-count cases involving allegations of historical sexual abuse in residential schools.
- Co-Counsel for one of the defendants in the Nanaimo Commonwealth or “Bingogate” case.
- Counsel for the accused in the Supreme Court of Canada case regarding a section of the British Columbia Motor Vehicle Act that contravened the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
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24 Harper Grey lawyers recognized for litigation expertise by Benchmark Canada®, 2021
Harper Grey receives highest firm ranking as a “Highly Recommended” local litigation law firm in British Columbia from Benchmark Canada® 2014-2021
29 Harper Grey lawyers recognized across 19 specialty areas by Best Lawyers® in Canada, 2020
19 Harper Grey lawyers recognized as “Leading Practitioners” by Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory®, 2021
Harper Grey recognized as a "Leading Law Firm" regionally in the area of Dispute Resolution by Chambers Canada®, 2017-2020
Martindale Hubbell® recognizes 13 Harper Grey lawyers across 27 practice areas
Harper Grey receives the TAGLaw Membership Award of Distinction acknowledging 15 years of outstanding service
Harper Grey recognized as a Top 10 Regional Firm in British Columbia, Alberta and the Territories by Canadian Lawyer Magazine, 2012 and 2014