Clara L. Bitzer, Attorney at Law

Clara L. Bitzer has a law practice in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Stooshinoff Law Office

This Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in: matters.

Contact Info:

Phone: 306-653-9000
Fax: 306-653-5284

Main Office Location:

300-416 21st St. E.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Practice Area
English
Qualification

  • Saskatchewan

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StarPhoenixHowever, the fine option program has since been extended to victim surcharges, said lawyer Nicholas Blenkinsop during arguments in court, where he represented Torry. That doesn't change the fact it wasn't available when Torry was sentenced, but it is ... more »
Canadian Lawyer MagazineJerome Tholl, counsel with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Justice and attorney general in Regina, was last Wednesday appointed to the Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan, family division. Admitted to the Saskatchewan bar in 2001, Tholl's main areas of ... more »
CTV NewsAn aggravated assault case against three Saskatchewan Roughriders was back in a Regina court Tuesday. A lawyer appeared on behalf of defensive back Dwight Anderson and wide receivers Taj Smith and Eron Riley. The case was adjourned until Oct. 30. more »
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