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Daniel A. Wolson, BA, LLB

“A criminal conviction can have a profound impact on your future, particularly with respect to employment opportunities and international travel. It is of critical importance that you have the right legal advice and representation to defend against any charge in the court of law.”


Daniel is an associate at GWSR, with a practice exclusive to criminal law.

He is a graduate of the University of London Law School. Prior to that, he studied criminal justice at the University of Winnipeg. Daniel 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. He also regularly appears before the Licence Suspension Appeal Board on behalf of his clients, obtaining work-related driving permits for suspended drivers.


Education

  • National Committee on Accreditation, Federation of Law Societies of Canada Certification, 2010
  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Queen Mary, University of London, 2008
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA), in Criminal Justice, University of Winnipeg, 2005

Work History

  • 2011–present | Associate lawyer with Gindin Wolson Simmonds Roitenberg
  • 2010 | Articling student-at-law, Gindin Wolson Simmonds Roitenberg
  • 2007 | Summer Student, Gindin Wolson Simmonds Roitenberg

Memberships

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Manitoba Bar Association
  • Criminal Defence Lawyers Association (Manitoba)
  • Volunteer with Pro-Bono Society, Queen Mary, University of London

Outside of Law

Daniel enjoys running, playing squash, golf, and travel.


Contact: Daniel A. Wolson, BA, LLB

204-985-8182

Our Lawyers

Jeffrey J. Gindin, QC

Jeff is one of the founding partners of this firm and and has been a trial lawyer since 1971. He will fight tirelessly for his clients with passion, skill, and creativity in order to achieve the best possible results.

Richard J. Wolson, QC

Richard Wolson is a skilled, bold, and relentless cross-examiner who represents his clients with focus and determination.

Saul B. Simmonds, QC

Practising criminal law since 1980, Saul is an experienced litigator with deep knowledge of Canadian law.

Evan J. Roitenberg, LLB

Evan is deeply committed to protecting the rights of the accused and is routinely called upon to lecture and present on the art of cross-examination.

Laura Robinson, BA, LLB

Laura has experience dealing with all manner of offences, which has included violent crimes, property offences, drug offences, driving offences, and weapons offences.

Daniel A. Wolson, BA, LLB

Daniel strives to get the best possible results for his clients, having secured acquittals at all levels of court throughout Manitoba.

Kevin Minuk, BA, LLB

Kevin Minuk received his call to the bar in 2014 and has been practising exclusively in the area of criminal law.

Shimon R. Segal, BA, JD

Shimon was called to the bar and hired as an associate in 2015. His practice has grown to include immigration law and criminal law.

Adam R. Hodge, B.Comm (Hons), JD

Adam Hodge received his call to the bar in May 2016 and practises primarily in the area of criminal defence.

Caitlin MacDonald, BA, JD

Caitlin represents clients facing all types of criminal and quasi-criminal charges and strives to provide expertise, guidance, and compassion.

Winnipeg-based criminal lawyers dedicated to your best defence.

Practice Areas

Robbery

Robbery is a serious offence. In essence, it is stealing from someone using violence or threats in the course of the theft.

Property Crimes

Theft; breaking and entering (B&E); vandalism; arson; and auto theft, among others.

Impaired Driving / Dangerous Driving

If arrested for driving while suspected of being drunk or high, remember that you have right to hire a lawyer to speak on your behalf.

Internet-Related Crimes

Fraud; harassment; money laundering; identity theft; infringements on intellectual property; pornography; hacking; password trafficking; or any other act considered to be a cybercrime.

Bail Hearings

If you are facing a bail hearing, the lawyers at Gindin Wolson Simmonds Roitenberg will work to ensure you get the best decision possible.

White-Collar Crimes / Fraud

Embezzling money from an employer; expense-account fraud; cybercrime; and tax evasion. Corporate crimes such as selling unsafe products, price fixing, and false advertising.

Assault

We will defend you vigorously against any assault-related charges including: assault; assault with a weapon; aggravated assault; or uttering threats.

Weapons Offences

We will defend you vigorously against any weapons-related charges under the Criminal Code or any contravention of the Firearms Act.

Drug Offences

We will defend you vigorously against any charges under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, including possession, production, trafficking, importing, and exporting.

Domestic Violence

An act of domestic violence can take place within a currently married couple; a previously married couple; in common-law relationships; or between girlfriends, boyfriends, and same-sex partners.

Homicide: Murder / Manslaughter

Your GWSR lawyer will defend your rights aggressively and hold the Crown to the highest possible prosecutorial standards. We have immeasurable experience defending homicide cases.

Sexual Offences

Sexual assault; sexual interference; sexual exploitation; voyeurism; child pornography; luring; and any offences dealing with the sex trade, among others.

Youth Criminal Justice Act

The Youth Criminal Justice Act outlines operations of the criminal justice system as it pertains to those 12–17 years of age who have been charged with a crime.

Tax Prosecution

Tax evasion; tax fraud; failure to charge and/or remit the Provincial Sales Tax (PST); and failure to charge and/or remit the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

Quasi-Criminal Offences / Highway Traffic Act

A quasi-criminal offence is an offence not covered by the Criminal Code or the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Such matters could be covered by a federal, provincial, or municipal law.

Charter Applications

Concerns related to your right to remain silent at the time of arrest; your right to counsel; issues involving unreasonable searches or other matters pertaining to warrants.

Professional Regulatory Bodies

Your career is important to you and if the body that governs your profession has accused you of violating its regulations, you deserve a vigorous defence

We are committed to excellence, and committed to helping people from all walks of life.

You can talk to a lawyer from Gindin Wolson Simmonds Roitenberg at any time, day or night, by calling:

204-985-8181

We are located...

1200-363 Broadway
Winnipeg, MB. R3C 3N9

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