Representation Against Certain Summary Criminal Charges or Provincial Offences
Conviction on criminal charges may leave the long-term scars of a criminal record that can cause, social repugnation, affect future employment opportunity, cause travel difficulties, among many other serious concerns. Conviction on provincial offence charges may bring large fines, suspension of licensing or operations, among other negative affects. Accordingly, vigorously defending against charges and holding the Crown or prosecution to the burden of proving the allegations, "beyond a reasonable doubt", may be of utmost importance and deserving of the experience and skills of a well qualified professional advocate.
Prosecutions alleging violations of the Criminal Code can be very concerning whereas the short-term affects may involve significant fines as well as the...Learn More
Commercial operators, in addition to charges brought against a driver, may be charged for violating the Highway Traffic Act. Concerns include...Learn More
Resolving traffic ticket issues is often challenging and troublesome as, generally, there are various court documents that require diligent review as well as...Learn More
The Provincial Offences Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. P.33, provides the procedural law that guides the process by which offences within numerous substantive law...Learn More