One of the most intimidating things about being charged with a crime is the actual process of going to court. It may begin with a summons you’ve received in the mail; it may begin with an arrest. You are immediately then faced with a very unfamiliar and hostile environment. You are facing police officers, crown prosecutors, and judges who are operating entirely within their own area of comfort. They go to court every day, they know each other, and they know the system.
You don’t need to face that alone. Together we can work through the disclosure application. That is demanding and reviewing copies of all the evidence that the crown intends to use against you. We will use this disclosure to plan a trial strategy. This will form the basis of your defence.
Many times we have discovered through the disclosure process evidence that may help exonerate you. This is a very important process. It is not something you need to face alone. I will go to court for you and I will make sure you get through the process properly.
I will do everything in my power to make sure that the consequences that you face will be as minimal as possible. I will do everything in my power to get you acquitted of a crime. I will do everything in my power to get a charge dropped if that is possible.
The process need not be completely overwhelming; it need not be intimidating. With the right help you will find that it is not nearly as hopeless as it looks at the beginning.