Red Deer

Sound legal representation is the only means in which you can achieve successful results for criminal matters. If you are resident of Red Deer, Alberta and have been formally accused of a crime contact a lawyer at Pringle Chivers Sparks Teskey to protect your rights and help ease you through the criminal process.

A Strong Defence

Our law firm has your best interests  in mind and can help build a strong defence against a variety of criminal accusations. The attorneys here have years of experience handling cases that involve all of the following charges and more: 

  • Violence -- Such as murder and various forms of assault.
  • Drugs -- Including possession and trafficking.
  • DUI's
  • Sex Crimes -- From sexual misconduct to prostitution.
  • Domestic Assault, Harassment and Threats
  • Fraud
  • Theft
  • Weapons Offences -- Filed in regard to possession and sale.

Our legal team has decades of experience in helping individuals through the legal system. Our lawyers can provide counsel through all phases of the criminal process, including:

  • Individuals curently under police investigation,
  • Advice for individuals who have been arrested,
  • Hearings for Bail,
  • Trials,
  • Sentencing and,
  • Appeals

Practical Advice

Just as important as their experience is the professionalism of our team of lawyers. We understand that being accused of a crime can unsettle a person's life financially, socially and emotionally. In light of this tremendous stress, the lawyers here focus on providing clients with practical advice that will help solve their problems as efficiently as possible in a non-judgmental environment.

You can learn more about our legal services by calling (780) 424-8866. Our criminal lawyers offer free, no obligation consultations . At the end of this meeting, you will understand the nature of your charges and the potential consequences you could be facing.

Provincial Court Red Deer
4909 48 Ave.,
Red Deer, AB T4N 3T5
Ph: (403) 340-5250

Red Deer Criminal Sittings:
Monday through Friday at 9:30 A.M.
Every Monday at 9:30 A.M. (Provincial Statutes)