A Top Criminal Defence Firm
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a near shutdown of all public activities and the courts are no exception. The Provincial Court of Alberta has issued a directive that all out of custody matters in court between March 17, 2020 and May 22, 2020 will be automatically adjourned for 10 weeks. In addition, if you have been recently charged with an offence, your first court may not be for several months. We recognize that this is an especially confusing and stressful time. We are here to help. Please contact us and we will be happy to discuss the status of your matter and let you know when your next court date is.
COVID-19 has also caused major disruptions in people’s private lives. Even more so if you have been placed on release conditions by the police or courts. Please contact us and we would be pleased to discuss your options to have your release conditions changed in a timely manner.
Finally, we recognize that COVID-19 has caused significant financial strain to many people. The lawyers at Pringle Chivers Sparks Teskey are able to accommodate all budgets as well as provide flexible financing options, deferred retainers and most importantly, free consultations. Contact us today to discuss your case.
WE ARE EXPERIENCED CRIMINAL LAWYERS
Our defense lawyers are committed to defending people who are charged with criminal offences or are facing other serious allegations. We are an Edmonton-based law firm that practices throughout Alberta, western Canada, and the Northwest Territories.
Our attorneys have spent years helping people at all stages of the criminal process, including:
OUR LAWYERS HAVE EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE IN ALL AREAS OF CRIMINAL DEFENCE LAW
Including murder, manslaughter, assault, assault with a weapon, assault causing bodily harm, and aggravated assault.
Such as possession of a controlled substance, possession for the purpose of trafficking, and drug trafficking.
Including driving under the influence (DUI), impaired driving causing bodily harm or death, refusing a breath demand, driving “over 80” (over the legal blood alcohol limit), dangerous driving, traffic offences, and appeals of roadside licence suspensions.
Including everything from internet luring, cyber-stalking, extortion (blackmail), to complicated identity theft charges, fraud and forgery, or copyright crimes and other intellectual property crimes.
Such as defending both individuals and companies charged with: Occupational health and safety offences, Environmental offences, Public health offences under the Public Health Act, and Fish, wildlife, and hunting offences under the Wildlife Act.
Such as allegations of domestic assault, criminal harassment, and uttering threats.
Including possession of prohibited or restricted weapons, and careless storage or unlawful possession of firearms.
Including appeals of both conviction and sentence, applications for release pending appeal, and appeals to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Civil Forfeiture & Proceeds of Crime
Including applications for the return of property seized by the police.
Including extradition hearings and applications for release.