Practice Areas

Violent offences

Violent offences

Including murder, manslaughter, assault, assault with a weapon, assault causing bodily harm, and aggravated assault.

Domestic violence

Domestic violence

A unique subsect of violent offences including allegations of assault, criminal harassment, or uttering threats that occur between domestic partners or family.

Sexual offences

Sexual offences

Including allegations of sexual assault, sexual interference, pornography, luring, and exploitation.

Fraud, theft, and stolen property offences

Fraud, theft, and stolen property offences

Charges concerning theft, robbery, fraud, break and enter, or mischief.

Impaired driving

Impaired driving

If you have been charged with impaired driving, we want to help.

Drug offences

Drug offences

Drug offences are covered under the Controlled Drug and Substances Act.

Weapons offences

Weapons offences

Firearms and weapons offences are governed by the Firearms Act and the Criminal Code of Canada.

Tech crimes

Tech crimes

Technology crimes is a confusing category, the lines are often blurred and the rules may not always be black and white.

Youth offences

Youth offences

If you are under 12 years old, and you do something that would be considered a crime if you were older, you can’t be charged.

Robbery

Robbery

Robbery can be committed in any one of four basic ways.

Criminal Appeals

Criminal Appeals

If either party disagrees with a judge’s decision, they can ask the Provincial Courts of Appeal or the Federal Court of Appeal to review the decision.

Homicide

Homicide

Homicide is the most serious offence in the Criminal Code of Canada, and can be defined as the deliberate and unlawful killing of one person by another person.

Luring & exploitation

Luring & exploitation

The Criminal Code of Canada defines luring of a child as the use of telecommunication to communicate with someone who is, or who the perpetrator believes to be, under the age of 18, for the purpose of facilitating the commission of an offence against that child.

Administrative and regulatory matters

Administrative and regulatory matters

This form of law focuses on the legislation and principles that occur through interactions between regulating bodies and their members.

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