Old City Hall criminal lawyer | 60 Queen Street West
Old City Hall Criminal Lawyer

Michael P. Juskey is an Old City Hall Criminal Lawyer that has successfully defended hundreds of clients facing serious charges.  The Old City Hall courthouse is located in the heart of downtown Toronto on the northeast corner of Queen Street West and Bay Street. Toronto’s historic Old City Hall courthouse carries a rich history and was home to the Toronto City Council from 1899 to 1966.  It was converted to a criminal courthouse in the 1960s as the Toronto Eaton Centre was constructed.  The building will be converted into a museum upon the completion of the Toronto mega courthouse just north of City Hall.     

This courthouse deals with criminal matters that originate from Toronto Police Divisions 11, 12, 13 and 14.  The building contains many courtrooms, offices and staffed services including a cafeteria on the first floor. First appearances and administrative court dates for criminal code offences take place in courtroom #111. First appearances and administrative court dates for drug and domestic violence offences take place in courtroom #114.

60 Queen Street West
Toronto ON M5H 2M4
Ontario Court of Justice
Crown Attorney’s Office
Victim Services

Choosing the right criminal defence lawyer may be one of the most important decisions of your life. If you are facing a criminal charge there is absolutely no substitute to having a criminal defence lawyer on your side to ensure that you receive the best possible outcome. Michael P. Juskey will appear in court for you, listen to your side of the story and ensure that no stone is left unturned in conducting your defence.  Call 416-428-2760 now to schedule a free, confidential consultation.  Some of the charges we defend include:

Young Offenders
Domestic Assault
Highway Traffic Act
Property Offences
Weapons Offences
Impaired Driving, “Over 80”, Fail/Refuse Breath Sample

Michael P. Juskey defends clients in the GTA and throughout southern Ontario.


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