Vancouver criminal lawyer Greg DelBigio offers over 15 years of experience as Canadian criminal defence counsel.

Mr. DelBigio’s legal practice covers a wide range of legal subjects including: income tax and GST related charges and investigations, Charter of rights issues such as search and seizure, search warrant challenges, and constitutional challenges to the validity of legislation, as well as driving offences, fraud, murder, and drug charges, proceeds of crime, extradition matters, and appeals to the British Columbia Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of Canada.

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Greg DelBigio has a long history of involvement with the Canadian Bar Association (“CBA”). He was the recipient of the 2003 CBA’s President’s award and since then his contributions have included:

  • Chairing the National Legislation and Law Reform Committee;
  • Chairing the National Criminal Justice Section (2006-2008);
  • Acting as Past Chair of the National Criminal Justice Section (2008-2010);
  • Sitting on the Steering Committee on Justice Efficiencies and Access to the Justice System (2006-2009).

Greg is also the co-editor of the Charter of Rights Newsletter published by Canada Law Book, and a frequent instructor of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminars to other lawyers on a variety of topics in criminal law.

Recent News
19 Nov 2012

In July 2012, Mr. DelBigio joined leading tax firm Thorsteinssons LLP as Counsel in that firm’s tax litigation group. Mr. DelBigio will be offering clients his significant expertise in cases involving tax evasion, search and seizure and constitutional defences. Mr. DelBigio will continue to service ongoing clients and offer criminal defence services for other criminal.

17 Jun 2010

As recently reported by the Canadian Bar Association, the Air India Inquiry final report, released on June 17, made a number of recommendations that were consistent with proposals made by the CBA in its intervention at the Inquiry. The report singled out the CBA’s submissions on the relationship between intelligence and evidence and the challenges.

2 May 2010

“Court can order lawyers to work for free,”* April 9, 2010, Lawyers Weekly. View the article. In this case a criminal defence lawyer (Cunningham) was employed by Yukon Legal Aid to represent an accused charged with sexual offences against a young child. The accused failed to update his financial information as required by Legal Aid.