Sébastien Gagnon - Gatineau Criminal Laywyer

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Sébastien Gagnon earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Law in 1999. He began his career as a Crown attorney in criminal and penal matters. He then held the position of Prosecutor in the city of Gatineau, as well as Criminal Counsel for the city of Gatineau's municipal security.

In 2006, Mr. Gagnon joined the law group of Leblanc Donaldson. Then in 2015, he founded the firm Charlebois, Swanston, Gagnon Advocates to practice criminal law, disciplinary law and the settlement of infractions. He teaches criminal law at the Quebec Bar School and the collegiate city.

Mr. Gagnon regularly pleads to the municipal court, the Court of Québec, the Superior Court, the Criminal and Criminal Chamber and the Committee on Transport.

Mr. Gagnon is actively involved in the legal community as a:

- Professor of criminal and criminal law at the Quebec Bar School;
- Professor of criminal and criminal law at the collegiate city.

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