Handling Attempted Murder Charges in Ontario
Charges for attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder demand the attention of a highly skilled and experienced lawyer. With conviction, you face significant jail time, fines and a criminal record that could affect your future. Your choice of a lawyer could affect your life for years to come. As with any serious and complex case, at Neuberger & Partners LLP we work in teams to defend our clients and ensure that every possible piece of evidence is carefully analyzed.
If you have been charged with attempted murder, the Toronto lawyers of Neuberger & Partners LLP have the resources and knowledge to challenge the Crown’s case against you. We take a detail-oriented approach to each client’s case, involving thorough case evaluation and trial preparation. Our lawyers can explain your options and work to challenge the prosecution’s case at every stage.
Significant Penalties for Attempted Murder Charges
Attempted murder is a serious crime that can lead to life imprisonment. When facing these charges, it is in your best interest to seek counsel that can help you understand the charges you are facing and work for a successful result.
At our criminal defence firm, we have built a record of success* handling all types of violent crimes, including attempted murder, homicide and assault. We prepare a thorough analysis of the prosecution’s evidence so we can challenge the case against you. We also utilize experts, such as forensic specialists, psychologists, psychiatrists and private investigators, in order to build our clients’ cases. Through meticulous work and dedication, we will develop a custom defence strategy, tailored to the specific facts in your case.
Skilled Homicide Lawyers Serving Toronto and Mississauga
When charged with murder, manslaughter or attempted murder, work with a professional who has the experience and resources to defend you. Call the attempted murder defence lawyers at Neuberger & Partners LLP at 416-364-3111 or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation.
Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results and that the amount recovered and other litigation outcomes will vary according to the facts in individual cases.