Criminal Defence Lawyer Legal Fees
There are a range of considerations which can determine how legal fees are calculated by criminal defence lawyers. Certain criteria can include, but are not limited to: the nature of the charge, number of charges, years of experience, complexity of the case, mode of trial, number of witnesses, length of trial, number of pretrial/trial applications involved; etc.
At Everstone Law Professional Corporation, Criminal Defence Lawyer charges a flat fee for the services provided. Fees are divided into pretrial and trial categories. Depending on the facts of the case, the strength of the evidence, along with the early pretrial resolution, the accused may wish to resolve their case based on the early resolution position rather than going to trial. While you always have the right to go to trial, your criminal defence lawyer will advise you of your options so you can make an informed decision.
It is important that an accused has legal representation to defend against his/her criminal charges. The importance of legal representation can be seen in the recent Supreme Court of Canada decision R v Rafilovich 2019 SCC 51. In this case, seized funds were released so that the accused could fund his lawyer. This is a very important decision in Canada. It reinforces the principle that accused persons have a right to make full answer and defence and should not be deprived of that oppourtunity.
Just know that there is a solution. If you are in a situation whereby your funds have been seized by the crown prosecutor and you need of legal representation, contact an experienced criminal defence lawyer today at (905)-230-4529. I will defend your case and aim to achieve the best possible outcome for you based on the nature of the offence and facts of the case.
Call (905) 230- 4529 today for your consultation!
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