Breach of Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms provides guarantees that governments will respect the most cherished and fundamental rights and freedoms of Canadians. The lawyers at James Lawyers have years of experience enforcing these rights, including the right to equality, fundamental freedoms such as the right to free expression, conscience and association, minority language rights, and guarantees such as the right to be secure against unreasonable search, seizure, or arbitrary detention. James Lawyers has acted for trade unions, professional regulatory bodies, and governments confronting Charter-related issues. Our firm takes pride in and has developed a reputation for providing sophisticated advice relating to complex constitutional law and Charter issues. We are at the cutting edge of all new developments in these areas and give our clients expert legal guidance and strong representation in constitutional law and charter matters to help them achieve their goals. Constitutional cases are typically complex and can involve litigation all the way up to the Supreme Court of Canada.
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The lawyers at James Lawyers have a proven track record of success in enforcing the rights of Canadians enshrined in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. These rights are crucial to justice in both the workplace and the community, and our lawyers are at the forefront of those efforts to advance the law.
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