Choosing the right lawyer to handle your sexual assault case is the most important decision you will make when you are facing charges. It can mean the difference between winning and losing, between a criminal record and no record, and between a jail sentence and walking away free. The consequences of being convicted of sexual assault are serious. No one wants to end up on the sex offender’s registry, and have their reputation in the community ruined.
We are the right firm to handle your Sexual Assault charge because:
- Our track record of Sexual Assault cases is outstanding
- LPC is among the most respected law firms in Canada
- Our fees are highly competitive
- LPC handles Sexual Assault everywhere in Ontario and is respected by judges and prosecutors throughout the Province. We have experience defending cases in Toronto, Brampton, Newmarket, Hamilton, Bradford, Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, Oshawa, Guelph, Kitchener, St. Thomas, Woodstock, London, Chatham, Windsor, Cobourg, Kingston, Ottawa, Pembroke, Brantford, Barrie, Orillia, North Bay, Thunder Bay and Timmins.
Let’s meet to discuss your options today. Put your trust in LPC’s team of highly skilled and experienced Sexual Assault lawyers.
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Blog Posts about Sexual Assault Lawyers
THE JUDGE RULED THE MAN WAS NOT GUILTY OF SEXUAL ASSAULT
Recently, a military judge, presiding over a court marital, found a soldier not guilty of sexual assault. The complainant alleged that she was assaulted in a Toronto hotel room. In ordering the case dismissed, the judge noted problems with the woman’s account, including that she willingly attended a strip club with the accused, despite claiming [More..]
THE ACCUSED’S RIGHT TO A FAIR TRIAL IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES
by Alexandra Mamo It seems impossible to open a newspaper without reading about sexual assault. With the popularity of the #MeToo campaign, the focus of the current cultural conversation is on the unfair treatment of victims in our criminal justice system. In an attempt to address these perceived injustices, the Canadian government has introduced amendments [More..]
INTOXICATION USED AS DEFENSE FOR SEX ASSAULT
The media has recently highlighted that Justice Nancy Spies, a trial judge of the Superior Court of Justice, recently restored the defence of extreme intoxication in sexual assault cases, which begs the question: what does that actually mean? Well, in 1994 the Supreme Court of Canada found in a case called R. v. Daviault that [More…]
SOCIAL RESPONSE TO OUR #METOO CAMPAIGN
We have received hundreds of comments in response to Ms. Mamo’s article (see below). Lockyer Posner Craigdoes not support or endorse any of these comments and has posted them for discussion purposes only. Our official reply is as follows Since the publication of Alexandra Mamo’s article, we have received a great deal of feedback, [More…]
DRUNKEN UNIVERSITY SEX
by Catriona Verner As parents send their children off to university, I hope they are cautioning them about having drunken university sex. Not only should their children be cautious about having sex with individuals who are apparently too drunk, but they should be cautious about getting drunk themselves and ending up in a stranger’s bed. [More…]