Me Maxime Chevalier served as a prosecutor for eleven years for the Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions of Québec. At the time he left, Me Chevalier was occupying the functions of deputy chief prosecutor for the Bureau of major crimes and special affairs. In that function, he was managing a team of prosecutors in charge high profile cases. As a prosecutor, his services or opinions were often sought in complex trial or legal issues involving organisational risks for the State. For example, he has intervened in many situations where secrecy was at stake (disclosure of evidence, privileges, publication bans, sealing orders, etc.) as well as in constitutional litigation (abuse of process and constitutional challenges of legislation).
Me Chevalier have experience in almost every aspect of criminal litigation from regulatory offenses to first degree murder. He has a solid expertise in economic crimes (major frauds, credit cards fraud, etc.), technological crimes investigations, gun cases and driving offences (impaired driving and dangerous driving). He has also been a lecturer on driving offences for the prosecutor’s continuing legal education program during four years.
Me Chevalier is a fierce litigator and a dedicated defense lawyer. He can help you protect your rights, both before and after criminal charges are sworn, regardless how critical and intricate is the situation or the case.