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Félix-Antoine T. Doyon, criminal lawyer in Montreal and Quebec City
“I strive to offer what a client appreciates most in a lawyer: good judgment.”
I strive to offer what a client appreciates most in a lawyer: good judgment, based on what the client really wants and on their needs. Then I try to express this judgment through my daily work by remaining true to my clients, the people surrounding a case, and the values I hold dear. I sincerely believe in the presumption of innocence and that the outcome of my case depends directly on my ability to concern myself with the person who retains my services.
When a complex case requires me to take a longer and more arduous route, I don’t hesitate to embark upon it. Shortcuts usually just make the lawyers and the other judicial actors feel more comfortable; they don’t help the client’s case. And cutting corners serves neither the client nor Justice.
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