Criminal Law

Criminal Law

Welcome to Badesha Law, where the convergence of legal excellence and the realm of criminal law is marked by professionalism, trustworthiness, and an unyielding pursuit of justice.

With a reputation for reliability, Badesha Law has established itself as a prominent name in the realm of criminal defense, offering a comprehensive suite of specialized services tailored to meet the unique needs of our valued clients. Our team of seasoned criminal defense attorneys brings a wealth of experience, intricate legal insight, and a deep-seated commitment to upholding justice.

With a foundation built upon extensive legal expertise, an unwavering commitment to ethical practice, and an enduring focus on client well-being, Badesha Law stands poised to be your steadfast support in all matters of criminal law. With us, you’re not merely obtaining legal representation – you’re discovering a dependable partner dedicated to safeguarding your rights and guiding you along a dignified path forward.

Criminal Defence

DUI/ 80 plus Impaired Driving

Operation while impaired

320.14 (1) Everyone commits an offence who

Refusing Breath Sample

In December 2018, the federal government introduced mandatory alcohol screening (MAS), which allows police to demand a breath test from a driver without reasonable suspicion that the driver has alcohol in their body. Prior to that, if you were pulled over, police could only demand a test if there was proof you had been drinking, such as slurred speech, or they detected the smell of alcohol.

Refusing to provide a breath sample will not prevent police from charging you. In Ontario, you face the same penalties for refusal as someone who registers a BAC of 0.08 or more

Dangerous Operation/ Careless Driving/ Stunt Driving

320.13

Assault

265 (1) A person commits an assault when

Causing Disturbance

Causing disturbance, indecent exhibition, loitering, etc.

  • 175 (1) Every one who
    • Not being in a dwelling-house, causes a disturbance in or near a public place,
      1. By fighting, screaming, shouting, swearing, singing or using insulting or obscene language,
      2.  By being drunk, or
      3.  By impeding or molesting other persons,
    • Openly exposes or exhibits an indecent exhibition in a public place,
    • Loiters in a public place and in any way obstructs persons who are in that place, or
    • Disturbs the peace and quiet of the occupants of a dwelling-house by discharging firearms or by other disorderly conduct in a public place or who, not being an occupant of a dwelling-house comprised in a particular building or structure, disturbs the peace and quiet of the occupants of a dwelling-house comprised in the building or structure by discharging firearms or by other disorderly conduct in any part of a building or structure to which, at the time of such conduct, the occupants of two or more dwelling-houses comprised in the building or structure have access as of right or by invitation, express or implied, is guilty of an offence punishable on summary conviction.

Causing Disturbance

Causing disturbance, indecent exhibition, loitering, etc.

  • 175 (1) Every one who
    • Not being in a dwelling-house, causes a disturbance in or near a public place,
      1. By fighting, screaming, shouting, swearing, singing or using insulting or obscene language,
      2.  By being drunk, or
      3.  By impeding or molesting other persons,
    • Openly exposes or exhibits an indecent exhibition in a public place,
    • Loiters in a public place and in any way obstructs persons who are in that place, or
    • Disturbs the peace and quiet of the occupants of a dwelling-house by discharging firearms or by other disorderly conduct in a public place or who, not being an occupant of a dwelling-house comprised in a particular building or structure, disturbs the peace and quiet of the occupants of a dwelling-house comprised in the building or structure by discharging firearms or by other disorderly conduct in any part of a building or structure to which, at the time of such conduct, the occupants of two or more dwelling-houses comprised in the building or structure have access as of right or by invitation, express or implied, is guilty of an offence punishable on summary conviction.

Bail Hearing

Under s.11(e) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, you also have the right to judicial interim release following your arrest.

Provision

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