Hamilton Criminal Law Attorney List

Hamilton criminal law attorney
Sandee Smordin, Senior Counsel, Smordin Law Criminal Lawyers

Hamilton Criminal Law Attorney

Smordin Law Criminal Lawyers

41 King William Street (Head Office)
Hamilton, ON
L8R 1A2

Toll Free: 1 (844) 525-0005
Fax: 1 (905) 525-5716
Website:  www.smordinlaw.com
Email: admin@msordinlaw.com




Proudly Serving the Hamilton Courthouse

Hamilton Criminal Law Attorney
John Sopinka Courthouse Hamilton, Ontario

The John Soyinka Courthouse is located in the centre of downtown Hamilton Ontario.  It house both the Ontario Court ofJustice and the Superior Court of Justice.  The Crown Attorney’s office and legal aid both have office int he building.

Hamilton Criminal Law Attorney

Seeking the services of an experienced Hamilton Criminal Law Attorney can often be a difficult process after you have been charged with a criminal code or drug offence.  OntarioCriminalLaw.ca lists only experienced, 100% criminal law focused defence attorney serving the Hamilton Courthouse.  When you hire a Hamilton Criminal Law Attorney listed on our site you are hiring a professional lawyer with at least 10 years experience who focusses entirely on criminal law.

Working with a dedicated Hamilton Criminal Law Attorney can help you quickly address preliminary issues such as bail release and resolution of charges.  As your case develops an experienced Hamilton Criminal Lawyer will review disclosure and discuss your case with you and the options you have regarding the best defence possible.

Retainer – Legal Aid

Each Hamilton Criminal Law Attorney listed on this website accepts private retainer and Legal Aid Ontario certificates.  Payment plans can be negotiate with your lawyer directly and are a common practice in the industry. Private retainer fees can vary from lawyer to lawyer based on the complexity of your case and the experience of the attorney.

Free Consulation

Every Hamilton Criminal Law Attorney listed offers a free initial consultation on your charges.  This can often be done at in person at the Courthouse or at the attorneys office.  Due to conflicting schedules most lawyer will arrange for evening meetings or consolation over the telephone.