Toronto drug lawyer Michael P. Juskey defends clients against all drug related accusations. If you have been caught with drugs or arrested for a drug related offence, it is crucial that you get in touch with our office immediately to ensure that your rights and freedoms are respected. Your freedom and livelihood may be on the line. Do not plead guilty without speaking to a criminal defence lawyer as it may be the most important decision of your life.
A criminal defence lawyer that handles drug cases can assist you in determining whether the police have infringed any of your constitutional rights under the Charter. These rights include freedom from unreasonable search and seizure, arbitrary detention or imprisonment and the right to counsel upon detention or arrest (the police must inform you of this right, facilitate reasonable access to counsel and refrain from eliciting evidence until you have spoken with counsel or validly waived this right). If your Charter rights have been infringed, evidence may be excluded at your trial as a remedy. In exceptional cases a stay of proceedings may be entered.
Michael P. Juskey provides vigorous and affordable legal representation for drug charges:
R v Q.T.
Client was charged with Possession of Marijuana; Possession of Cannabis for the Purpose of Trafficking (over 30 grams); Produce Marihuana; Possession of Cocaine; Possession of Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking; Possession of Heroin and Possession of Heroin for the Purpose of Trafficking following the execution of a search warrant. After successful resolution discussions all charges were stayed at the request of the crown. No criminal record.
R v C.S.
C.S. was charged with Possession of a Schedule I Substance (methamphetamine), Possession of a Schedule II substance (hashish) and Failure to Comply with Recognizance (x2) after the police entered and searched his home one evening in the absence of his consent, a search warrant or any exigent circumstances. The charges were eventually withdrawn. No jail. No criminal record.
R v T.S.
T.S. was charged with possession of MDMA at a Toronto electronic dance music festival. After retaining the firm, the charge was withdrawn on the client’s first court appearance. No criminal record.
R v J.T.
J.T.’s charges of Theft Under $5,000 and Possession of Crystal Meth were withdrawn in Brampton court. No jail. No criminal record.