Blaine Beaven

Blaine Beaven grew up in Northern British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.  He is a commercial pilot and often uses his plane to fly to and from court.  Blaine enjoys helping people with their legal issues, and finds that going to remote communities to provide people with more legal options is very rewarding.  He is actively involved with youth groups in Saskatoon and across the country.

Blaine practices almost exclusively in the area of Criminal Defense and he has represented defendants in all levels of court in the province.

In March of 2018 Blaine was appointed as a part-time member to the Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada in the Aviation sector for a four year period.

In July of 2019 Blaine was appointed by the Saskatchewan Minister of Justice as an Inquest Coroner, and presides over Inquests into deaths that occurred in the Province of Saskatchewan.

News articles related to Blaine’s Criminal Defense practice:

http://thestarphoenix.com/news/crime/man-on-trial-for-allegedly-siccing-dogs-on-canine-officer-and-police-dog

http://thestarphoenix.com/news/local-news/man-denies-instructing-dogs-to-sic-canine-officer-police-dog

Flying to Court: How one Lawyer travels to northern Sask. communities

Top Prosecutor weighs in on criminal cases tossed by judge

Judge stays charges against man who waited 876 days for trial

Two men acquitted over death of Jason Bird at Sask. Penitentiary