Me Myralie Roussin has been practicing defence as a litigator in criminal, penal and youth protection law since 2011. She represents the client's defence, individuals prosecuted for crimes and offences listed in the Criminal Code. In 2019, Me Roussin was appointed by the Minister of Public Safety of Canada as an Independent External Decision Maker, following Bill C-83, which aims to eliminate solitary confinement of inmates in prisons. Me Roussin defends her clients with determination and skill, always giving them the facts and quickly establishing a defence strategy that allows for the best possible result. Combining dynamism and experience in perfect balance, they respond conscientiously and efficiently to clients' needs. Beaudry Roussin's lawyers believe that trust is the basis for the client's relationships. Therefore, lawyers focus on representing their clients in the way they deserve. Contact Beaudry Roussin's lawyers to schedule your consultation hours.
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