Mark Brayford, K.C.

CRIMINAL LAW

311 21st Street East
Saskatoon, SK S7K 0C1 Canada
tel: 306-244-5656 fax: 306-244-5644
About

Registered with the Law Society of Saskatchewan. Preferred area of practice is Criminal Law. Appointed King’s Counsel in 1995.

In over 35 years of practicing criminal law, he has held a number of leadership positions within the legal community, including President, Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch, and President of the Saskatoon Criminal Defence Lawyers Association, as well as serving on the Provincial Court Bar Judicial Council, the Queen’s Bench Bar Judicial Council, and the National Executive Council of the Canadian Bar Association. He presently serves as a National Director and Vice-President of the Canadian Council of Criminal Defence Lawyers. He has lectured extensively at the College of Law, at Continuing Legal Education programs, and at the Saskatchewan Bar Admission Course. He has been the distinguished speaker at the University of Western Ontario Law School, at Queen’s Law School, at the University of Calgary Law School, as well as acting as a guest panelist for the Alberta Criminal Trial Lawyers Association and the Montreal Criminal Defence Lawyers. He has published over a dozen articles in the Criminal Defence Lawyers Newsletter and has acted as counsel in numerous precedent-setting legal decisions, with over 100 of his cases having been reported in the Law Journals. His practice is restricted to Court work, appearing in the trial and appellate Courts of Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, and in the Supreme Court of Canada.

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Types of Criminal Cases Handled

Mark Brayford has extensive experience in all types of criminal trials, handling everything from murder cases to shoplifting. He travels throughout Western Canada and Ontario doing all types of criminal trials, including: drug charges, driving charges, murder and manslaughter charges, sexual assault charges, assault charges, weapons charges, wildlife charges, trademark charges, fraud charges, discipline charges, threats charges, mischief charges, robbery charges, break and enter charges, arson charges, kidnapping charges, extortion charges, counterfeit charges, and proceeds of crime charges.

Memberships, Awards & Positions
Present Directorships and Memberships:

    1. Vice-President, Canadian Council of Criminal Defence Lawyers
    2. Member, Saskatoon Criminal Defence Lawyers Association
    3. Fellow of The American College of Trial Lawyers
    4. Life Member of the NRA, National Rifle Association

Memberships and Leadership Positions Previously Held:

      1. National Executive Council, Canadian Bar Association
      2. President, Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch
      3. Vice-President, Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch
      4. Treasurer, Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch
      5. President, Saskatoon Criminal Defence Lawyers Association
      6. Chairman, Provincial Court Bar Judicial Council
      7. Chairman, Committee on Judicial Independence of the Saskatchewan Provincial Court
      8. Member, Court of King’s Bench Bar Judicial Council
      9. Director, Canadian Council of Criminal Defence Lawyers
      10. Chairman, Criminal Law Section, Saskatchewan Branch, Canadian Bar Association

AWARDS

      1. Awarded King’s Counsel designation in 1995
      2. Saskatchewan Continuing Legal Education Outstanding Volunteer Award for 1998
      3. Canadian Bar Association Distinguished Service Award 2013
      4. Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association – Outstanding Lawyer Award – 2018

TEACHING POSITIONS

    1. Lecturer, Law 427.3.2, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan, Gale Moot Court Program, for 24 years
    2. Past Lecturer, Saskatchewan Bar Admission Course for twelve years
Seminars
  1. Faculty, Calgary Criminal Lawyers Defence Association Seminar,
    Topic: “Defending Weapons Charges”, May 30, 2015
  2. Faculty, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association, “Disclosure
    Applications: Winning the Battles & Losing the Wars”, May 9, 2014
  3. Guest Speaker, Saskatoon Articling Students, March 25, 2013
  4. Faculty, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association, Topic: Drunk
    Driving – Defending the Presumed Guilty”, May 4, 2012
  5. Guest Speaker, Canadian Bar Association, SK Branch, Articling
    Student North Section, Topic: “Career Management in Private Practice –
    Barrister, Solicitor or Both?”, March 22, 2010
  6. Faculty, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association, Spring
    Conference, Presenter, Topic: “Disarming Gun Charges”, May l, 2009
  7. Guest Panelist, Ontario Criminal Lawyers Association Conference,
    Topic: “The Science of Crime”, November 28, 29, 2008
  8. Presenter, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association, Topic: “Impaired
    Driving Update”, September 11, 12, 2008
  9. Presenter, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association, Topic: “Expert
    Witness Advocacy”, May 1, 2, 2008;

  10. Guest Speaker, Ontario Criminal Lawyers Association, Topic: “Cross
    Country Charter Checkup”, October 26, 27, 2007
  11. Presenter, Canadian Bar Association, Sask Branch, Mid-Winter
    Meeting, Topic: “Making Crime Pay”, February 2, 2007;
  12. Presenter, Saskatchewan Legal Education Society, Topic: “Recent
    Developments in Criminal Law”, October 12, 13, 2006, Regina and
    Saskatoon;
  13. Presenter, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association Teleseminar,
  14. Topic: “Latest in .08”, January 20, 2006

  15. Guest Speaker, Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch,
    Criminal Law (North) Section, November 8, 2005
  16. Guest Panelist, Saskatoon Criminal Defence Lawyers Association,
    Topic: “Controlled Drugs and Substances Update”, May 17, 2005
  17. Guest Panelist, Canadian Bar Association Saskatchewan Branch
    Midwinter Meeting, February 3-4, 2005; presented paper: “Top Five
    Criminal Cases Countdown”
  18. Guest Panelist, CBA Canadian Legal Conference 2003, Montreal,
    Quebec, Topic: “Unpopular Clients and Cases”
  19. Presenter, Saskatchewan Legal Education Society “Criminal Law
    Essentials Seminar”, May 23, 2002, Saskatoon, May 24, 2002, Regina
  20. Guest Panelist, Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch,
    February l, 2002, Topic: “Advocacy on the Courthouse Steps”
  21. Guest Speaker, Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch,
    Criminal Lawyers (North) Section, April 2, 2001, Topic: “Search Warrants”
  22. Guest Speaker, Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch,
    Young Lawyers (North) Section, March 22, 2001, Topic: Assault Defences
  23. Interviewer, “How to Get a Job” Workshop, Canadian Bar
    Association, Saskatchewan Branch, and College of Law, January 15, 1999
  24. Guest Panelist, Saskatoon Criminal Defence Lawyers Association
    Seminar, Bail Hearings and Sentencing, December 1, 1998
  25. Guest Panelist, Saskatchewan Legal Education Seminar, Impaired
    Driving, September 26, 1998
  26. Guest Panelist, Montreal Criminal Defence Lawyers Association,
    March 19, 1998
  27. Guest Panelist, Saskatchewan Legal Education Conference,
    “Updates in Criminal Law”, May 3, 1997
  28. Guest Panelist, Criminal Law Program, Canadian Bar Association,
    Saskatchewan Branch, Midwinter Meeting, “How to Beat Breathalyzers”,
    January; 1997
  29. Guest Panelist and Participant in Vignettes for the Provincial Court
    Judges and Lawyers Seminar
  30. Guest Panelist, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers’ Association Spring 1996
    Conference, March 22, 23, 1996, Topic: “Appeal Practice and Procedure”
  31. Guest Panelist, Edmonton Criminal Trial Lawyers Association, False
    Memory Syndrome, November 19, 1994
  32. Guest Panelist, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association Spring ’94
    Conference, March 4, 5, 1994, Topic: “Investigating the Case – CrossExamination”
  33. Faculty member, Federation of Law Societies of Canada National
    Criminal Law Program, Criminal Procedure and Charter Issues, Saskatoon,
    July 12 – 17, 1992; presented paper: “Evidence to the Contrary – “I Only
    Had Two Beer … Yeah, Right””
  34. Guest Panelist, Edmonton Criminal Trial Lawyers Association, March
    27, 1990, Topic: “Blood Alcohol – “Weaving your way … “”
  35. Guest Speaker at Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch,
    Young Lawyers (North) Section, September 14, 1989, Topic: “What to do
    when your friends call from jail or with a ticket”
  36. Conference Committee and Speaker, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers’
    Association, Charter Conference (Criminal & Civil), Saskatoon, April 21, 22,
    1989
  37. Faculty Member, Barely Barristers Seminar, March 7, 1987, Topic:
    “Criminal Litigation”
  38. Co-Presented with Silas E. Halyk, Q.C. “Preliminary Hearings and
    Discovery”, Federation of Law Societies of Canada, National Criminal Law
    Program, Procedure, Practice & Tactics, Winnipeg, July 22 – 26, 1985
Special Lectures
  1. Advanced Criminal Law, Thompson Rivers Law School, October 13,
    2022
  2. Advanced Criminal Law, Thompson Rivers Law School, February 3,
    2022
  3. Lecturer, Law 427.3.2., College of Law, University of Saskatchewan
    Gale Moot Court Program
  4. Past Lecturer, Saskatchewan Bar Admission Course for twelve years
  5. Guest Speaker, U of S, Ethics and Criminal Law, September 28, 2015;
  6. Guest Speaker, U of S Advanced Criminal Law, Topic: Disclosure Applications,
    January 12, 2015
  7. Guest Speaker, U of S Ethics and Criminal Law, October 21, 2014
  8. Guest Speaker, U of S Ethics and Criminal Law, October 8, 2013
  9. Guest Speaker, Saskatchewan College of Law Bar Admission
    Course, Topic: “Cross-Examination and Sentencing”, April 24, 2013
  10. Guest Speaker, U of S Criminal Law, Topic: “Sentencing”, February
    17,2013
  11. Guest Speaker, U of S Ethics and Criminal Law, October 25, 2011
  12. College of Law, University of Saskatchewan, Silas Halyk Lecture
  13. Guest Speaker, University of Saskatchewan College of Law, Topic:
    “Trial Advocacy”, January 22, 2009
  14. Speaker on behalf of Canadian Council of Criminal Defence
    Lawyers, before the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights of
    the House of Commons in Ottawa concerning Bill C-32 (Criminal Code
    impaired driving amendments), June 7, 2007;
  15. Guest Speaker, University of Western Ontario College of Law,
    September 21, 2003, Topic: “Jury Nullification”
  16. Guest Speaker, University of Western Ontario Law School, March 27,
    2001
  17. Guest Speaker, University of Calgary, Faculty of Law, Famous Cases
    Series, February 28, 2001
  18. Guest Speaker, College of Law Jurisprudence Class, October 5,
    2000
  19. Distinguished Speaker, University of Western Ontario Law School,
    March l , 1999
  20. Guest Speaker, Queen’s Law Forum, College of Law, Queen’s
  21. University, Kingston, Ontario. March 1, 1995

  22. Guest Lecturer at College of Law, University of Saskatchewan, Trial
    Advocacy, 1988, 1989, 1992 and 1993
Radio and T.V. Broadcasts
  1. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: Laws of Summer
    Driving”, June 28, 2022
  2. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Winter Driving
    Laws, December 17, 2021
  3. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Self Defence With
    a Firearm”, October 21, 2021
  4. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Christmas Drinking
    and Driving”, December 19, 2019
  5. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Summer Driving
    Laws”, June 18, 2019
  6. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Driving at
    Christmas”, December 14, 2018
  7. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Drinking and
    Driving”, June 19, 2018
  8. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Drinking and
    Driving, December 15, 2017
  9. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Drinking and
    Driving at Christmas”, December 20, 2016
  10. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Christmas
    Celebrating”, December 15, 2015
  11. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Summer Rules of
    the Road”, June 29, 2015
  12. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Christmas Cheer”,
    December 10, 2014
  13. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Summer Driving”,
    July 30, 2014
  14. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Check Stops”,
    December 10, 2014
  15. Guest Speaker, “Defending the Guilty”, Aden Bowman Collegiate
    Law 30, June 3, 2014
  16. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Christmas Cheer”,
    December 5, 2013
  17. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Rules of Summer”,
    June 27, 2013
  18. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “The Laws of
    Christmas Driving”, December 12, 2012
  19. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Summer Driving
    Rules”, June 29, 2012
  20. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Laws for the
    Summer”, June 22, 2011
  21. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Christmas Stop
    Checks”, November 29,2010
  22. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Host Liability”,
    November 26,2010
  23. . Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Summer Rules of
    the Road”, June 24, 2010
  24. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Random Breath
    Testing”, March 16, 2010
  25. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Christmas Rules of
    the Road”, December 10, 2009
  26. Guest Speaker, CBC Noon Hour, Garth Materi Show Topic:
    “Defence Lawyer Shortage”, November 18, 2009
  27. Guest Speaker, Highway Traffic Board, Topic: “Roadside
    Suspensions”, September 30, 2009
  28. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Summer Rules of
    the Road”, July 15, 2009
  29. Guest Speaker with Professor Glen E. Luther, CBC Radio, Blue Sky,
    Topic: “Driving Laws in Canada”, April 30, 2009
  30. Speaker, Buena Vista School, Career Choices, April l, 2009
  31. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Freedom of
    Speech”, October 28, 2008
  32. Guest Speaker, Students Against Drunk Driving Annual Conference,
    October 18, 2008
  33. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “The Rules of
    Summer Driving”, June 23, 2008;
  34. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “The Law of
    Christmas Cheer”, November 26, 2007;
  35. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Summer Rules of
    the Road”, August 1, 2007;
  36. Guest Speaker, Law 30, Mount Royal Collegiate, June 13, 2007;
  37. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Christmas Cheer”,
    December 13, 2006
  38. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Cameras in the
    Court”, August 29, 2006
  39. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “New Traffic Safety
    Act”, July 21, 2006
  40. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Christmas Party
    Drinking”, November 29, 2005
  41. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Rules of the
    Road”, June 9, 2005
  42. Guest Speaker, Law 30, Bishop Mahoney High School, April 15, 2005
  43. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Rules of The
    Road”, August 17, 2004
  44. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Laws of Driving”,
    June 8, 2004
  45. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Responsible
    Drinking at Christmas”, December 11, 2003
  46. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Rules of the
    Road”, July 15, 2003
  47. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Ban on Publicity”,
    March 3, 2003
  48. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Rules of the Road,
    Christmas 2002”, December 11, 2002
  49. Guest Speaker at First Year Banquet, University of Saskatchewan,
    College of Law, October 10, 2002
  50. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “The Law of the
    Road”, May 9, 2002
  51. Guest Speaker, NTR, Bonnie Braden Show, Topic: “Immediate
    Roadside Suspensions”, November 14, 2001
  52. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Justice System
    Too Lenient – MADD”, September 5, 2001
  53. Guest Debater with Hugh Harradence, Q.C., NTR, John Gormley
    Show, Topic: “Cameras in the Courtroom”, August 13, 2001
  54. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Knowing Your
    Rights”, March 22, 2001
  55. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Rape Shield
    Laws”, October 13, 2000
  56. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, April 7, 2000
  57. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, February 18, 2000
  58. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “The Law of
    Driving”, January 13, 2000
  59. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Jury Selection”,
    October 12, 1999
  60. Guest Speaker, NTR, John Gormley Show, Topic: “Impaired Driving”,
    October 28, 1998
  61. Banquet Speaker, Saskatchewan School Library Association and
    Saskatchewan Council of Social Sciences Conference, May 2, 1998
  62. Guest Speaker, St. Joseph’s High School Law 30, February 11, 1998
  63. Guest Speaker, K40, January 18, 1998
  64. Guest Speaker, CJWW Radio Open Line Program, Topic: “The
    Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms”, April 15, 1997
  65. Presenter, Victims Services Conference ’96, Regina, November 16,
    1996, Topic: “Recognizing and Meeting the Needs of Victims”
  66. Guest Speaker at Petra Youth Ranch, July 19, 1995, Topic: “General
    provisions of The Young Offenders Act”
  67. Guest Speaker, CBC TV Television Program “Contact”, March 27,
    1995, Topic: “Proposed Changes to Driving Legislation”
  68. Guest Speaker at the Laurier Club, October 27, 1994, Topic: “Youth
    crime and The Young Offenders Act”
  69. Guest Speaker for Public Legal Education Association, June 2, 1994,
    Topic: “Drinking and Driving”
  70. Guest Speaker at E.D. Feehan High School, April 15, 1991, Topic:
    “Role of a Defence Lawyer”

  71. Guest Speaker, STV Viewpoint, June 7, 1990, Topic: “Prostitution”
  72. Guest Speaker at First Year Banquet for University of Saskatchewan,
    College of Law, October 5, 1989
  73. Guest Speaker, Centre for Investigative Journalism Seminar,
    Saskatoon, Oct. 30, 31, 1987, Topic: “Court Reporting: Having Your Day in
    Court”
  74. Guest Speaker for Public Legal Education Association, “The Law
    and You”, Telecable 10, January 10, 1987, Topic: “Jury Duty”
  75. Guest Speaker at Law Day, Mount Royal Collegiate, Saskatoon,
    April 17, 1986, Topic: “Criminal Law”
  76. Guest Speaker for Public Legal Education Association, April 14, 1986,
    Topic: “Drinking and Driving (New Legislation)”
  77. Guest Speaker at First Year Banquet for University of Saskatchewan,
    College of Law, October l 0, 1985
  78. Guest Speaker for Public Legal Education Association, Native Urban
    Orientation, September 30, 1982, Topic: “Police Powers”
  79. Guest Speaker for Public Legal Education Association, April 1, 1985,
    Topic: The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
  80. Guest Speaker for Public Legal Education Association, January l l,
    1985, Topic: “Young Offenders Act and Youth and the Law”
  81. Guest Speaker, Centre for Investigative Journalism Seminar, Regina,
    November 17, 1984, Topic: “Accused’s Right to a Fair Trial”
  82. Guest Speaker for Public Legal Education Association, September
    19, 1983, Topic: “A Threat to the Community”
  83. Participant for Public Legal Education Association, CBC-TV Criminal
    Law Programme, September 14, 1983
  84. Guest Lecturer for Public Legal Education Association In-Staff
    Training, February 7, 1983
  85. Guest Speaker for Public Legal Education Association, Community
    Training Residence, September 30, 1982
  86. Guest Speaker for Public Legal Education Association, June 8, 1982,
    Topic: “The Legal Profession”
  87. Guest Panelist, Prairie Regional Meeting of the Radio, Television
    News Directors Association, May 21, 1982, Topic: “What to Do When the
    Police Arrive”

  88. Guest Speaker, Optimist Club, March 23, 1982
  89. Guest Speaker for Public Legal Education Association, Information
    Services Staff, Public Library, March 17 and April 7, 1982, Topic: Criminal
    Law
  90. Guest Speaker for Public Legal Education Association, CKOM Phone
    in Program hosted by Mr. John Gormley, December 18, 1980, Topic: “The
    Law of Xmas Cheer”
  91. Guest Speaker for Public Legal Education Association, September 4,
    1980, Topic: “Criminal Law and Crimes Compensation Legislation”
Articles Published
  1. “Democratic Freedoms Undermined: The Robert Latimer
    Conviction”, Tough Crimes, Christopher Evans, 2014
  2. Forward, “Alcohol and Drug Intoxication, Fourth Edition”, Dr. Russell
    Rockerbie, 2014
  3. “Remember, If You’re Going to Drink And Drive, Don’t Forget Your
    Car … “, Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch Bar Notes,
    December, 2003
  4. “Defence Gets Breathalyzer Ampoules – So What Do We Do With
    Them?”, Ontario Criminal Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, November
    1987, Vol. 8, #7
  5. “Pornography ‘Bill'”, “Crown Counsel or Police Counsel”, “Court of
    Appeal Requires Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt”, Ontario Criminal
    Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, February 1987, Vol. 8, #4
  6. “Both Sides Get to Play with the Marbles”, “How Many Marbles Will
    the Defence Get?”, “Midnight Phone Call Checklist”, Ontario Criminal
    Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, September 1986, Vol. 8, #2
  7. “Delay in Charging RCMP Officer Derails Prosecution”, “Delayed
    Trial – A Common Sense Decision”, “A Dead Body is Not a Person”, Ontario
    Criminal Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, July 1986, Vol. 8, # 1
  8. “Prominent Saskatchewan Lawyer Exonerated”, “Abuse of Process
    Rectified”, Ontario Criminal Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, May 1986,
    Vol. 7, #6
  9. “Crosby’s Christmas Present”, “Lack of Impairment May Become
    Defence to Charge of Being Over .08”, “Roadside A.L.E.R.T. Struck Down”,
    “Random Spot Checks Unconstitutional”, Ontario Criminal Lawyers’
    Association Newsletter, March 1986, Vol. 7, #5
  10. “Why the Crown Refuses Disclosure (It Interferes with Winning)”,
    “Prosecutorial Lying Not Grounds for a New Trial”, Ontario Criminal
    Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, January 1986, Vol. 7, #4
  11. “Why Present Drunk Driving Laws are Unconstitutional”, Ontario
    Criminal Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, November 1985, Vol. 7, #3
  12. “Cross-Examining Breathalyzer Technicians”, “A Novel Excuse to
    Refuse – Fear of Needles”, “Overlooked Breathalyzer Defences – The TwoBeer
    Defence and RFI”, Ontario Criminal Lawyers’ Association Newsletter,
    September 1985, Vol. 7, #2
  13. “Officer Destroys Notes in Witness Room”, “Disrespectful Witness
    Gets 30 Days”, Ontario Criminal Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, July 1985,
    Vol. 7, #1
  14. “Criticizing the Judiciary”, “A Charter With Real Meaning”, Ontario
    Criminal Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, May 1985, Vol. 6, #6
  15. “Breathalyzer Law – Disclosure Takes a Turn for the Worse”, Ontario
    Criminal Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, March 1985, Vol. 6, #5
  16. “The Thatcher Aftermath – Impetus for Change”, “Arbitrary
    Detention Cases”, “Right to Counsel”, “Constitutionality of the ALERT”,
    Ontario Criminal Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, January 1985, Vol. 6, #4
  17. “Vampire Luws Under Attack”, “Watch Out for Your Competitors”,
    Ontario Criminal Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, December 1984, Vol. 6,
    #3
  18. “Now That is Contemporaneous!”, “A.L.E.R.T. Provisions Struck
    Down”, “High Profile Accused on Trial”, Ontario Criminal Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, October 1984, Vol. 6, #2
  19. “Saskatchewan Running Short of Judges”, “A Wrinkle in One’s Right
    to Counsel” Ontario Criminal Lawyers’ Association Newsletter, July 1984,
    Vol. 6, #1
  20. Book Review, “To Be a Trial Lawyer”, (1985-86) 50 Sask. L. R.324
Reported Cases
Co-operative Trust Company of Canada v. Target 21 Industries Ltd. et al, [1986] 2 W.W.R. 413, 56 Sask. R. 1, Sask. D. 2758-03 (Sask. Q.B.)

Friesen v. R., [1982] 2 W.W.R. 514 (Sask. Q.B.)

Haughian v. Paine, [1987] 4 W.W.R. 97, 55 Sask. R. 99 (Sask. C.A.)
Haughian v. Paine (1986), 46 Sask. R. 186, Sask. D. 2632-01 (Sask. Q.B.)

Lamont v. Pederson and Markewicz, [1981] 2 W.W.R. 24, 7 Sask. R. 19,
Sask. D. 3379-01 (Sask. C.A.)

Matovich v. Zargar (1980), 2 Sask. R. 206, Sask. D. 3399-01 (Sask. Q.B.)

Morguard Trust Co. v. Army, Navy & Air Force Veterans in Canada, Saskatoon Unit No. 38 et al, [1982] 1 W.W.R. 632, 14 Sask. R. 28, Sask. D. 2768-01 (Sask. C.A.)

Morguard Trust Co. v. Army, Navy & Air Force Veterans in Canada, Saskatoon Unit No. 38 et al, [1980] 6 W.W.R. 651, Sask. D. 2791-01 (Sask. Q.B.)

Penn v. Singbeil, Saskatoon and Saskatoon Board of Police Commissioners, (1986), 44 Sask. R. 312, Sask. D. 3535-01 (Sask. Q.B.)

R. v. Adams (1986), 30 C.C.C. (3d) 469, 51 Sask. R. 161, Sask. D. 5590-03 (Sask. C.A.)

R. v. Aubin (1990), 84 Sask. R. 233, Sask. D. 7375-02 (Sask. C.A.)

R. v. Bacon (1990), 26 M.V.R. (2d) 165, 89 Sask. R. 263, Sask. D. 5569-06
(Sask. C.A.)
R. v. Bacon (1990), 58 C.C.C. (3d) 32, 24 M.V.R. (2d) 34, 10 W.C.B. (2d) 272, 86 Sask. R. 41, Sask. D. 5569-03 (Sask. Q.B.)

R. v. Beamish (1991), 94 Sask. R. 250 (Sask. Q.B.)

R. v. Begrand-Fast (1999), 180 Sask. R. 271 (C.A.)

R. v. Boe (1988), 67 Sask. R. 176, Sask. D. 5565-03 (Sask. Q.B.)
R. v. Boe (1987), 59 Sask. R. 37, Sask. D. 5565-03 (Sask. Q.B.)

R. v. Bourget (1987), 35 C.C.C. (3d) 371, 1 W.C.B. (2d) 317, 41 D.L.R. (4th) 756, 56 C.R. (3d) 97, 54 Sask. R. 178, Sask. D. 5585-01 (Sask. C.A.)
R. v. Bourget (1986), 49 Sask. R. 96 (Sask. Q.B.)

R. v. Brooks (1984), 35 Sask. R. 163, Sask. D. 5590-01 (Sask. Q.B.)

R. v. Brown and Strassburger (1986), 26 C.C.C. (3d) 149, 47 Sask. R. 8, Sask. D. 5930-01 (Sask. Q.B.)

R. v. C.V.G. (1997), 160 Sask. R. 251 (Sask. Q.B.)

R. v. Cleveland (1986), 49 Sask. R. 96, Sask. D. 5590-02 (Sask. Q.B.)

R. v. Close (1988), 63 Sask. R. 132, Sask. D. 5210-01 (Sask. Q.B.)
R. v. Close (1987), 54 Sask. R. 220, Sask. D. 5565-01 (Sask. Q.B.)

R. v. Colwell, [1987] Sask. D. 5095-02 (Sask. Q.B.)

R. v. Debrowney & Pepper, [1991] Sask. D. 5380-01 (Sask. Q.B.)

R. v. Dengler (1983), 26 Sask. R. 124, Sask. D. 5596-01 (Sask. Q.B.)

R. v. Derksen (2001), 196 Sask. R. 121, 3 W.W.R. 364 (Sask. Q.B.)
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R. v. Friebus (1992), 97 Sask. R. 106, 12 W.A.C. 106 (Sask. C.A.)

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R. v. Groves, Brown and Strassburger (No. 1) (1984), 34 Sask. R. 23 (Sask. Q.B.)
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R. v. Legere (1989), 79 Sask. R. 3, Sask. D. 7290-01 (Sask. C.A.)

R. v. Lenhart (1988), 71 Sask. R. 128, Sask. D. 5585-02 (Sask. Q.B.)

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