Seven Under Seven- Practical Trial Implications of C-51; Marijuana Law Since Legalization; Voyeurism Cases; Criminal/Civil Forfeiture & Constitutional Issues OR The Relationship Between Child Protection/Family & Criminal Court in Domestic Assault | CPDonline.ca

Seven Under Seven- Practical Trial Implications of C-51; Marijuana Law Since Legalization; Voyeurism Cases; Criminal/Civil Forfeiture & Constitutional Issues OR The Relationship Between Child Protection/Family and Criminal Court in Domestic Assault

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Credits
Substantive: 0.75
45 minutes
Published
2019
Presenter(s)
Graham Bebbington
Ninetta Caparelli
Aaron King
Tony Paciocco
Jessica St-Pierre
Erica Tanny
Kerry Weinstein
Source
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
45 minutes
Price
$89.00 plus tax
31st Annual Criminal Law Conference 2019
Includes Handouts

Lawyers who have researched discrete issues will present on their research, including novel legal issues, trial strategy, pre-trial applications, and how to apply these areas to advocate for our clients. The research involves a wide range of legal issues.

Presenters

Graham Bebbington

Graham Bebbington obtained his LL.B. from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom. Upon returning to Canada, he completed an LL.M. at Osgoode Hall Law School, and articled at a downtown Toronto boutique criminal law firm. After practising briefly in Toronto, Mr. Bebbington returned home to Ottawa. Prior to joining Greenspon Granger Hill, Mr. Bebbington worked for another criminal defence firm in Ottawa, gaining hands on experience in a variety of criminal matters.

Ninetta Caparelli

Ninetta Caparelli is a newly minted Assistant Crown Attorney. Prior to joining the Ministry of the Attorney General, Ninetta learned and worked amongst the best at Greenspon Granger Hill.

Aaron King

Aaron King currently works as a sole practitioner in criminal law in Ottawa. He graduated from the University of Ottawa, English Common Law program in 2018. During law school, Aaron King worked with Foord and Associates, and upon graduating, articled there as well; working for James Foord and Brandon Crawford. After completing his articles he was called to the bar in June 2019 where he immediately began practicing criminal law in Ottawa. Before law school, Aaron King completed a bachelor arts in law at Carleton University in 2014 where he developed a keen interest in criminal law.

Tony Paciocco

Tony Paciocco is a criminal lawyer and associate at Edelson & Friedman LLP. He completed a B.A. at McGill University, where he graduated with distinction. He received his J.D. from Queen’s University in 2014. In his final year at law school, Tony was the recipient of the Dean’s Bronze Scholar Award, which is awarded annually to the student who obtained the third highest grade point average in his or her year. He also had the distinction of receiving the Queen’s Law Prize in Advanced Criminal Law. During his legal studies, Tony served as a student caseworker for Queen’s Legal Aid, did pro-bono work for the Ontario Justice Education Network, and was a volunteer editor of the Queen’s Law Journal. In 2012-2013, Tony represented his school at the Canadian Client Consultation Competition, where Queen’s made it to the final round of the national competition. The following year, Tony acted as student coach for the Queen’s Arnup and Sopinka Cup Trial Advocacy Team, where the team placed first in provincials and third in nationals. Tony worked as a summer student and then as an articling student at Edelson Clifford D’Angelo Friedman LLP. As a member of the firm, Tony has assisted with legal research and trial preparation. He has drafted material for all levels of court in Canada, including the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. Tony was called to the bar in 2015. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Criminal Lawyers’ Association. Tony is also a part of the firm’s Affordable Defence Initiative.

Jessica St-Pierre

Jessica is a bilingual criminal defence lawyer at Langevin Morris Smith LLP. She previously completed her articles of clerkship at the Royal Ottawa Health Care Group working in the areas of labour and employment, criminal law and mental disorder, consent and capacity, and human rights. She holds a Juris Doctor (JD), a Licentiate in Law (LL.L), and a Joint Honours Bachelor of Social Sciences in Criminology and Women’s Studies all from the University of Ottawa. In her spare time, you’ll find Jessica spinning at SPINCO and moonlighting as Martha Stewart.

Erica Tanny

Erica Tanny is a graduate of the University of Ottawa and McGill University. She completed her articles at the Office of the Children's Lawyer (head office, Toronto). She was called to the Bar in 2014. Erica practices Criminal Law, Child Protection Law, and Appellate Law. Originally from Montreal, Quebec, Erica practices in English and French.

Kerry Weinstein

Kerry represents clients charged with criminal and quasi-criminal offences in Ottawa and the surrounding areas, including l'Orignal, Cornwall, Perth, Brockville, Kemptville, Pembroke. She has experience representing clients charged under the Criminal Code of Canada, the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, and the Ontario Highway Traffic Act.

Kerry is fluently bilingual and represents clients in both English and French. She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Barreau du Quebec, the Criminal Lawyers' Association, and the Defence Counsel Association of Ottawa.

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