Areas of Practice
If you’ve been accused of a crime, you know that the consequences can be dire, and you want to keep your record clear. It is of utmost importance that you hire the right law firm to handle your case.
At Moreau & Company we understand the consequences that arise from drinking and driving violations.
In addition to our criminal defense services, Moreau & Company also offers defense of traffic tickets and other matters in the Provincial Court Traffic Division
Paul Moreau graduated from the University of Alberta law school in 1988. After articles with a general-practice firm, he joined the Alberta Justice Department as a Crown Prosecutor in Wetaskiwin, Alberta. After four years there, he was transferred to the Appeals and Criminal Law Policy branch at head office, in Edmonton Alberta, and worked as Appellate Counsel for the Attorney General of Alberta until 1997. Representing the Crown in the Supreme Court of Canada and the Alberta Court of Appeal, Mr. Moreau also advised the government on issues of criminal law policy.
Of council. After a long career in customer service, Carl returned to school and graduated from the University of Alberta Law School in 1999. Since then, he has practiced with a small general-practice firm and as a sole practitioner, primarily in the areas of criminal defence and administrative tribunals. Carl joined Moreau and Company in 2007.
Ashok obtained his undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Alberta with Honors in 1994. His law degree was completed at the University of British Columbia in 1997.
He articled with a prominent Edmonton lawyer and was first exposed to criminal defence trial work, which was to become an abiding passion. He was admitted to the Bar in 2001.
David received his Bachelor of Education degree with distinction in 2009 and Juris Doctor in 2012 from the University of Alberta. He worked as a summer student for the Offices of Robert D. Gillespie from 2010-2011, and completed his articles with Snyder & Associates LLP in 2012. David worked as an Associate at Snyder & Associates LLP and was employed there until
Marshall Hopkins has been practicing criminal law as both a defense lawyer and prosecutor for over twenty years, dealing with all manner of serious criminal cases, including murder, attempt murder, manslaughter, robbery, sexual assault, drug conspiracy and massive frauds. Graduating from the University of Alberta law school in 1994 he articled and practiced for m
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