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McGlashan & Mackinnon is a full service law firm dedicated to the ethical, effective, and efficient practice of law to serve the best interests of our clients.  McGlashan & Mackinnon was formed on July 16, 2001 and has served Northern and Central Alberta with pride ever since, including Edmonton, Fort McMurray and more.

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When you are charged with a crime, there are a wide range of outcomes that can happen. Your defense lawyer is your key to making sure you experience the best possible one. Making the right choice is essential.

At McGlashan and MacKinnon, our experienced and qualified defense attorneys know what it takes to get you justice. They will aggressively and effectively represent you in a court of law, presenting powerful evidence and negotiating with expertise. Your case will be in the hands of capable professionals.

No matter the severity of your crime, we will work to reduce your sentence, lessen the impact, and ensure you are able to move forward with your life. We understand that accidents happen, and that one mistake shouldn’t haunt you for the rest of your life.

Don’t risk your future. Choose McGlashan and MacKinnon as your criminal defense lawyers.

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Serving Central & Northern Alberta Since 2001

LOCATED AT #101, 10033 – 80 AVE NW
EDMONTON, ALBERTA

5 Things You Need to Know About Hit and Runs

June 19, 2018
If you’ve been involved in a hit and run, there are some basic things that you’ll need to know—whether you’re the one who’s been hit or you’re the one who fled the scene. 1) What is a hit and run? A hit and run describes an accident where the driver of a vehicle - who has been involved in a collision, either with another vehicle, someone’s property, a human being, or even an animal -  leaves the scene without leaving the proper information with the injured party or the authorities. 2) What kind of information do you need to leave at the scene? You are required by a statute of law to provide the injured party (or a witness or law enforcement officer) with your name and your license number, and any other pieces of information that may be required by your specific region. This may vary based on where you are at the time of the incident, so it’s a good idea to contact a local attorney right away to find out what is legally required of you. According to Section 252 (1) of the Criminal Code, “if you are in driving a vehicle and get in an accident with another person or vehicle, you must stop give your name, address, and offer assistance to any person(s) who have been injured. Leaving the scene of…
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