Criminal Defence Practice Areas

DUI Lawyer

Impaired Driving charges often affect individuals with no previous experience with the criminal justice system. Pleading guilty can result in severe consequences that you need to be aware of.

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Drug Offences

Drug offences can carry significant legal consequences, including lengthy prison sentences, even for individuals with little or no previous criminal record.

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Crimes of Violence

One of the primary purposes of criminal law legislation is to protect against physical harm. Any accusation of a crime that involves bodily injury or the threat of bodily injury can involve serious penalties, including jail sentences.

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Domestic Violence

Charges of violence or threats of violence against a family or household member are taken more seriously than charges of violence against a stranger. There are different, more severe penalties.

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Property Related Offences

Property offences include various crimes, as defined by the Criminal Code of Canada, such as robbery, possession of break in instruments, motor vehicle theft, break and enter, mischief, vandalism, shoplifting, theft, arson, and extortion.

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Fraud & White Collar Crime

The criminal offence of fraud covers a wide range of crimes, including identity theft, uttering and publishing forged documents, forging documents, breach of trust, and credit card fraud, as well as white collar crimes.

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Youth Offences

Young people are treated quite differently than adults by the criminal justice system. This is because it is understood that young people lack the experience and judgment of adults; they are not fully mature and have not yet developed their adult identities.

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