Stony Plain

Pringle Chivers Sparks Teskey is an Edmonton criminal defence firm comprised of a dedicated team of experienced barristers. The firm leverages their extensive experience in every aspect of criminal law to serve clients in throughout Alberta, including Stony Plain, Western Canada, and the Northwest Territories. 

Criminal Defence Services

As advocates for the accused, we counsel our clients through all aspects of the criminal process, offering straightforward advice with their best interest in mind. Pringle Chivers Sparks Teskey is there when a client: 

  • Is being investigated by the police
  • Is placed under arrest
  • Needs to file an appeal, and
  • Of course during bail hearings, trials and sentencing hearings 

Our lawyers consult on your case for free, and offer an honest evaluation of your legal situation and options. In addition to representing clients accused of violent crimes, sexual crimes, DUI and drug-related offences in Stony Plain, our expertise extends to related legal areas as well.  These include: 

  • All aspects of extradition cases
  • Return of assets seized by police
  • Legal defence in front of professional inquisitions 

When you are accused of a crime, nothing is more important than competent legal representation. In addition to practicing law, our barristers have spoken in front of or consulted with: 

  • The Edmonton Police
  • The Alberta Homicide Investigator's Convention
  • The Legal Education Society of Alberta, and many others

Our Promise

Experience and dedication to your case make all the difference in the outcome. The criminal lawyers at Pringle Chivers Sparks Teskey understand that your quality of life hangs in the balance, and we are focused on achieving the best possible results for each and every client. Contact our Edmonton office today, (780) 424-8866, to speak with one of our legal representatives. 

Provincial Court Stony Plain
4711 - 44 Ave.,
Stony Plain, AB T7Z 1N5

Stony Plain Criminal Sittings:
Every Wednesday at 9:30 A.M.
Every 1 & 4 Thursday at 9:30 A.M. (Provincial Statutes)