I have acted for defendants charged with everything from Mischief to Manslaughter. I act for clients charged with minor offences up to including some of the most serious offences under the Criminal Code. The Criminal Code offences include the following:
- Domestic Assault
- Sexual Assault
- Assault (simple), Assault with a Weapon and Aggravated Assault
- Mischief under and Over $5000
- Uttering Threats
- Shoplifting/Theft under $5000
- Impaired Driving (DUI), 80 plus and Refuse Breath Sample
- Dangerous Driving
- Fail to Stop/Flight from Police
- Drug Possession, Importing and Trafficking
- Attempt Murder and Manslaughter
- Firearms Related Offences
- Weapons Possession
- Fail to Comply with Bail and Probation
- Obstruct Police
- Bail hearings and Bail Reviews
- Youth Criminal Justice Act Charges
Michelle Johal Practices Exclusively In The Area Of Criminal Law.
- Drinking And Driving
- Theft & Fraud
- Bail Hearings
- Domestic Assault
- Sexual Offences
- Youth Court Cases
- Drug Offences
- Administration of Justice Offences
- Dangerous Offender Application
- Weapons Offences
- Break And Enter Offences
- Complainant Advice
R. v. C.T.
Client was charged with impaired driving and driving with an illegal blood-alcohol level. The Client’s application for a stay of proceedings due to a breach of his right to a speedy trial was allowed.
R. v. J.V.
Client was charged with driving with an illegal blood-alcohol level. The Client’s application for a stay of proceedings due to a breach of his right to a speedy trial was allowed.
R. v. N.S.
Client was charged with driving with an illegal blood-alcohol level and possession of cocaine. The client was strip searched at the police station. The trial judge found that because the door was left ajar and the client was left completely naked during the search his rights were violated. A stay of proceedings ensued.
R. v. P.S.
Client was charged with driving with an illegal blood-alcohol level. The Client could not speak fluent English. Counsel argued his right to counsel in his own language (Tamil) had been violated. The trial judge agreed. The breath readings were excluded leaving the Crown with no further evidence.
R. v. L.A.
Client was charged with driving with an illegal blood-alcohol level. Counsel brought an application arguing there was a significant delay in bringing the roadside screening device to the scene. The Crown agreed to withdraw the charge on the trial date. The Client plead guilty to Careless Driving under the Highway Traffic Act for a fine. He avoided getting a criminal record and kept his driver’s license.
Our Brampton location is conveniently located beside the Ontario Court of Justice and across from the Peel Regional Police Station. It is located at 2County Court Blvd, Suite 400. It is a four storey blue office building located next to the Swiss Chalet. There is an abundance of free parking at this location.
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