William Jaksa Criminal Litigation’s latest announcement extends its expertise in all facets of criminal law to defendants at any stage of the Canadian criminal justice process. New clients are invited to schedule a consultation call to discuss the particulars of their cases.
More details can be found at https://www.toronto-criminal-lawyer.co
Following the expansion, clients in Milton can benefit from William Jaksa Criminal Litigation’s expert legal counsel from the point of an initial arrest to bail hearings, pre-trial motions, eventual courtroom appearances, and appellate proceedings. The team brings a deep knowledge of the Canadian Criminal Code (CCR), allowing them to advise clients on the best approach for their defence.
The firm’s latest expansion responds to rising crime levels across the country and a surge of gang-related violence in major urban centres like Toronto. William Jaksa holds a firm belief in the integrity of the justice system but brings a bold approach when holding law enforcement and the Crown to account for any abuses of power, delays in processing, or procedural breaches.
The law firm explains that having an experienced lawyer fighting one’s corner can mean the difference between a custodial sentence or the chance to be rehabilitated and make a fresh start via diversion procedures. Its legal team takes responsibility for all negotiations with the Crown, the police, or any professional regulatory bodies, helping limit collateral damage to reputations and ensuring one’s record is kept as clean as possible. Learn more at https://www.toronto-criminal-lawyer.co/best-criminal-lawyer-toronto
William Jaksa will also conduct his own thorough investigation of the case, ensuring that all evidence collected by the prosecution is valid for submission. Where necessary, the firm may also employ the services of a private investigator to gather additional evidence to help bolster a client’s case.
William Jaksa says, “Criminal trials can be stressful experiences and you require a criminal lawyer that you trust and can communicate with. Rarely is anything for certain in a trial. It’s difficult to predict how trials will unfold or anticipate how all the witnesses will do under cross-examination. It’s difficult to predict how a particular Judge will react to the evidence at trial. But an experienced criminal lawyer will be able to provide legal advice during the trial and explain the processes.”
For more information, interested parties can visit https://www.toronto-criminal-lawyer.co/what-criminal-lawyers-do/
William Jaksa Criminal Litigation
55 University Avenue
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