• Criminal Law Practice

    Criminal Law
    Your First Call

Imagine you’re charged with a criminal offense and the police ask for a full statement. Make sure you contact a Brimage Criminal Lawyer FIRST.

Life can hand out some extremely difficult situations

If any such situations should result in criminal charges, speak DIRECTLY to a Brimage Criminal lawyer. Our defense lawyers have a great deal of experience defending criminal charges in Ontario courtrooms, as well as settling legal matters.

Just because you feel guilty doesn’t mean you are guilty

Whether your charge is quasi criminal (such as a traffic violation), hybrid (such as impaired), or indictable (such as aggravated assault), a Brimage Criminal Lawyer has the expertise to advise and represent you in these difficult circumstances.

In the case of a legal misunderstanding, speak DIRECTLY to a Brimage Criminal lawyer FIRST.

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