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Daniel a. Wolson

"Criminal Defence Law is my expertise."


Having grown up in a family of lawyers, Dan has been exposed to the practice of law from an early age. Throughout his undergraduate degree at the University of Winnipeg, where he majored in Criminal Justice, he developed a passion for criminal law. He went on to graduate from the University of London, Queen Mary Law School in 2008 and returned to Winnipeg to complete his articles at Gindin Wolson Simmonds Roitenberg. Currently, an associate with the firm, he practices exclusively in the area of criminal law litigating a wide range of criminal matters, with a particular focus on Impaired driving, Fraud, Drugs, and Sexual Assault matters.

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Dan brings a hands-on, tactical approach to his practice style, with a focus on trial preparation and strategy. He strives to get the best possible results for his clients, having secured acquittals at all levels of court throughout Manitoba.

Education

2010

National Committee on Accreditation

Federation of Law Societies of Canada Certification
2008
Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
Queen Mary, University of London
2005
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
University of Winnipeg
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