Being charged with a crime is a serious matter that can have a long-term effect on your life. If you are convicted of a criminal offence you may spend time in jail, have a criminal record, or negatively impact your career.
THE SCOPE OF OUR PRACTICE
Our highly experienced criminal defence lawyers represent individuals in all criminal matters, such as:
- Assault & Sexual Assault
- Domestic Violence
- White Collar Crimes
- Drug Possession & Trafficking
- Weapons Offences and more
We are based in Edmonton, however, our practice extends throughout Alberta as well as western Canada and the Northwest Territories. If you’ve been charged with a criminal offence in Fort McMurray, contact Pringle Chivers Sparks Teskey for the best legal defence and representation.
WE WORK FOR YOU
Our skilled lawyers will vigorously defend you against any and all criminal charges. We know the law and we will pursue a defence that will give you the best chance of getting a positive resolution for your case. We will take matters to trial to prove your innocence or we may be able to negotiate a settlement that will help you avoid jail time or other severe penalties.
BEFORE YOU HIRE US
When you are charged with a crime, it is natural to feel a sense of panic. We will sit down with you for a free consultation to help you understand your options. You are under no obligation to hire us, but if you do, we will develop a comprehensive strategy for your defence.
We pride ourselves on our client focused approach, and providing practical legal solutions and advice. We strongly believe in your legal rights and helping you understand the criminal charges you may be facing. If you have been charged with a criminal offence in Fort McMurray, Alberta please contact a Pringle Chivers Sparks Teskey lawyer to discuss your legal situation.
Provincial Court Fort McMurray
9700 Franklin Ave.,
Fort McMurray, AB T9H 4W3
Phone: (780) 743-7195
Fort McMurray Criminal Sittings:
Every Monday at 9:30 A.M. (Criminal)
Every Tuesday at 9:30 A.M. (Domestic Violence)
Every 2 & 4, 5 Tuesday at 1:30 P.M. (Federal)
Every Wednesday at 9:30 A.M. & 1:30 P.M. (Non-Custody Criminal)
Every Thursday at 9:30 A.M. (Provincial Statutes)