"Call 416 222 4324 for a free consultation. If you like, bring along a
trusted family member or friend to our first meeting.
You need me on your side right from the beginning. Here
is some initial advice. But remember you are responsible
for your own actions and decisions."
police officers and other authorities, behave well and
- Be polite and cooperative –
even if you are upset or angry
- Provide minimal information and then
ask to speak with your lawyer. (Name,
address and ID or driver’s license, registration,
and proof of insurance in the case of driving offences)
- Don’t try to talk your way
out of it – even if you feel wrongly accused.
What you say could be misinterpreted.
- Don’t over explain or admit
anything – even if questioned by police officers
In the case of driving offences
- Do submit to a breathalyzer test
– it’s a crime to refuse
- Don’t take coordination tests,
agree to be video taped, or discuss your consumption
of alcoholic beverages – even if you think
it will work in your favour. Police officers are
allowed to ask and you are allowed to say no.
For an effective defence, put
a criminal lawyer on your team.
- Find an experienced lawyer that you
trust … talk with me so you can decide if I’m
- Share all the details of the situation
with your lawyer … and no one else
- Listen carefully to your lawyer’s
advice … knowing that you must make the final
decisions about your own defence
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