Jennifer Currie studied Criminology and Philosophy at Simon Fraser University prior to obtaining her Juris Doctordegree from the University of British Columbia in 2009. Upon graduating, she joined the team at Stern Shapray Criminal Lawyers and completed her articles. Jennifer has remained with the firm as a criminal defence lawyer since being called to the bar in 2010.
Jennifer has experience representing clients on a variety of criminal and quasi-criminal matters at the Provincial Court, Supreme Court and Court of Appeal levels. She has clients throughout British Columbia and regularly appears in court on their behalf to defend them against charges such as impaired driving, weapons charges, drug charges, assault charges and fraud charges. She has represented accused persons in court on matters ranging from first-degree murder to driving while prohibited. Jennifer also maintains an extensive administrative law practice focusing on 90-Day Immediate Roadside Prohibitions under the Motor Vehicle Act.
Jennifer is deeply invested in obtaining the best possible outcome in every client’s case and works tirelessly to ensure this result. She also understands that being arrested or charged with a criminal offence can be a difficult and daunting experience, particularly for those who are unfamiliar with the criminal justice system. Jennifer is therefore always willing to answer any questions you may have about your case, the law or the court system.