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Toronto Criminal Lawyer Alexander Ejsmont practices criminal defence in The Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Justice throughout the Greater Toronto Area and Southern Ontario.Â The firm is available 24 hours a day and handles all stages of the criminal process including trials and appeals of serious criminal charges.
The law firm prides itself on serving as a resource to first-time offenders, young offenders, as well as those who have had prior experience with the justice system.
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If you would like to discuss your charges or obtain representation, inquire about the possible consequences of certain charges, know that consultations are free and are completely confidential.Â Consultations are provided by telephone, in-person at the firm's Yonge St. office, and by video-conference on Skype.Â After-hours calls are accepted and your call will always be returned within a few hours.
Testimonials from the Firm's Clients [click here]The firm represents clients in Toronto, Brampton, Oshawa, Newmarket, St. Catharines, Barrie, Belleville, Bradford, Hamilton, Guelph, Kitchener, Port Hope, Welland, and Whitby for most matters. The firm accepts Legal Aid.
Alexander Ejsmont is a criminal lawyer in Toronto, Markham, Vaughan, Kitchener, Richmond Hill, Brampton, Kingston, Mississauga, Oshawa, Burlington, Oakville, Etobicoke, Barrie, Hamilton, Guelph, Belleville, and throughout southern Ontario. His Criminal Defence law firm defends charges of assault, theft, fraud, impaired driving, domestic assault, drugs and other serious charges. The information on this site is strictly for informational purposes. Nothing on this site is intended to be considered legal advice. If you have a legal issue, you should contact a lawyer for advice regarding your own individual situation. You may contact the firm through the contact forms on the site, by phone, or e-mail. Contacting the firm does not establish a solicitor-client relationship, and you are requested to not send any confidential information to the firm until a solicitor-client relationship has been established. The firm accepts Legal Aid certificates for certain matters.
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