Greenspon, Brown & Associates

Criminal Law

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The consequences of being charged with a criminal offence can be devastating. A criminal conviction can ruin a reputation built over a lifetime, jeopardize future employment opportunities, compromise security clearances, limit your ability to travel abroad, and in the case of driving offences, result in your licence being taken away immediately.

Given these consequences, it is critically important that you choose a lawyer who will work to minimize the impact that criminal charges will have on your life.

You make the right choice by selecting any of the lawyers at Greenspon, Brown & Associates. We understand that people facing criminal charges are under enormous stress, and have many questions about the prosecution they are facing. We will guide you through the process, and ensure that you understand your charges, the law, and our plan for defending your case. We use our experience and expertise to provide you with clear, straightforward legal advice.

The police and Crown have the benefit of state resources at their disposal to prosecute your case. That is why you need to equip yourself with a lawyer who has the professionalism and expertise to level the playing field. Retaining a lawyer from Greenspon, Brown & Associates gives you this advantage.

We defend people facing charges under the Criminal Code of Canada, the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, and other criminal or quasi-criminal legislation. We have experience in all areas of the criminal law, and dedicate ourselves to providing a thorough, organized and well-prepared defence for our clients.

In particular, we defend people in the following types of criminal cases:

  • Assault, including domestic assaults
  • Criminal organizations
  • Criminal negligence
  • Drug offences (simple possession, trafficking, importation)
  • Firearms and weapon offences
  • Fraud
  • Harassment
  • Impaired driving, driving while “over 80” and dangerous driving
  • Manslaughter, murder and attempted murder
  • Sexual offences
  • Terrorism
  • Theft
  • Workplace-related offences