Charged with DUI, impaired driving, or over 80mg in Toronto? Concerned about who to call and which court to attend?
At Aitken Robertson, our Toronto DUI Lawyers have extensive training not only in advocating for those charged with a Toronto DUI, but also on the scientific evaluation and operation of the Intoxilyzer 8000C ® – the breath-testing instrument that the Toronto police force uses to calculate an arrested person’s level of intoxication.
Facing a DUI and criminal charge is incredibly stressful and there is an abundance of negative social stigma attached to those who find themselves on the wrong end of the law. The lawyers at Aitken Robertson bring over 100 years of combined trial experience to the table and represent clients before the many Toronto criminal courts. Whether your case is before the Toronto Ontario Court of Justice, or the Superior Court of Justice, make the call to Aitken Robertson and their Toronto DUI lawyers today. We offer a free 30-minute consultation, affordable monthly payment plans catered to your exact financial situation, and if there is a defence – we will find it!
Can I Beat My Toronto DUI Charge?
The law that revolves around DUI, impaired driving, and having over 80 mg in 100 ml of blood is not as ‘black and white’ as many would think. Individuals often say “I made a mistake. I had a few drinks and I was stopped by the police, therefore I am guilty.” While this argument may appear to be somewhat valid, there is so much more to Toronto DUI charges than what many would think. The lawyers at Aitken Robertson deal mostly with defending (and beating) DUI charges on behalf of our clients and have a reputation for achieving successful results. How? It comes down to a variety of things such as whether the officers, upon arrest, did the correct things, at the correct times, with the correct machines, and whether your rights, as protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom, have been violated. Upon receiving the initial disclosure package, or what is easier to identify as the evidence against the accused, our experienced Toronto DUI lawyers will identify issues with your case and will provide a formal opinion based on the probability of success.
Which Toronto Court Do I Appear In?
Toronto houses a great number of courts. When an individual is charged with a DUI, they are often released from the police station on a document called a “Promise to Appear.” This document will tell you which court your matter will be heard in, and at what time your first appearance will be held.
For information concerning the different Toronto courts, refer your attention to the information posted below:
361 University Avenue
1911 Eglinton Avenue East
444 Yonge Street (Second Floor)
1000 Finch Avenue West
2201 Finch Avenue West
60 Queen Street West