Being accused of a crime can turn your life upside-down, especially if nothing like this has ever happened to you before. Fear of losing your job, your family, or your freedom can feel overwhelming. An experienced Toronto criminal lawyer can help you understand the situation you are in and ensure that you know your rights. When you need a criminal lawyer in Toronto, What The Law’s team of skilled experts will make sure you do not face these uncertainties on your own.
Working with a experienced criminal lawyer in Toronto makes all the difference in the outcome of your case.
What The Law has extensive experience successfully defending people accused of or charged with a wide range of criminal offences. From charges of Mischief to Homicide, no matter how complex the case, our team of Toronto criminal lawyers can help.
We frequently defend cases involving Impaired Driving, Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Assault (Domestic Assault, Sexual Assault, Aggravated Assault), Uttering Threats, Drug Possession, Firearms-related Offences, Fraud, Theft, Robbery, Breach of Probation, and other charges.
The law does not sleep, and that is why we don’t either. When you need to speak to a criminal defence lawyer in Toronto outside of typical 9 to 5 business hours, What The Law’s Toronto criminal lawyers are available to take your call or text 24 hours a day, seven days a week. When you are accused of a criminal offence, it is critical that you get expert legal advice as soon as possible to ensure that your rights are protected. The chances of a favourable outcome increase when you follow the advice of a skilled Toronto criminal lawyer.
When you have been charged with a criminal offence, “disclosure” is a package of information provided to you—typically during your first court appearance—containing the evidence that the prosecution intends to use against you. The disclosure package may include items such as notes taken by police officers, witness statements, photographs, or other evidence. You have a right to review this information so that you are aware of the evidence that will be used against you.
Your disclosure package will include a synopsis, a written summary of the prosecutor’s version of the event or events that led to you being charged with an offence. Often, the accused person disagrees with the synopsis because it does not include his or her side of the story. This is where an experienced Toronto criminal lawyer can help.
Disclosure review is included when you take advantage of a free initial consultation with a Toronto criminal lawyer at What The Law. Additional disclosure should be made available to you during future court dates, and your Toronto criminal lawyer will ensure that you do receive it.
If you have been charged with an offence in the Toronto area, North York region, or elsewhere in the Greater Toronto Area, your case may be heard at one of the following court houses:
Old City Hall courthouse located at 60 Queen Street West, Toronto ON M5H 2M4
College Park courthouse located at 444 Yonge Street, Toronto ON M5B 2H4
Jarvis Young Offenders courthouse located at 311 Jarvis Street, Toronto ON M5B 2C2
Scarborough courthouse located at 1911 Eglinton Avenue East, Scarborough, ON M1L 4P4
Finch courthouse located at 1000 Finch Avenue West, North York, ON M3J 2V5
Finch courthouse located at 2201 Finch Avenue West, North York, ON M9M 2Y9
If you or someone you care about needs a criminal lawyer in Toronto, contact us for a free consultation. What The Law offers transparent flat-rate fees with no hidden charges and flexible options for payment. We are here to help whenever you need us, call or text, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
What The Law proudly serves clients in Toronto, Aurora, Barrie, Bradford, Brampton, Burlington, East Gwillimbury, Guelph, Hamilton, Kitchener, Markham, Mississauga, Milton, Newmarket, North York, Orangeville, Oshawa, Richmond Hill, Scarborough, St. Catharines, Vaughan, West Gwillimbury.