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The criminal justice system can be daunting, but you don’t need to go through it alone. Our Criminal lawyers are here to guide you every step of the way.

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Toronto Constitutional Applications Lawyer

Joseph Neuberger was recently engaged on behalf of Applicants who were suffering from various illnesses requiring the use of medicinal marijuana to aid in their treatment of their disorders. An application was brought to strike down legislation that prohibited and impeded sick Canadians’ access to medicinal marijuana. We were successful in this Application. Please read our newspaper coverage on this Application.

Neuberger & Partners was recently retained to challenge provisions in the criminal code which allow for mandatory DNA databanking.

Joseph Neuberger has been at the forefront of the constitutional challenge to the Bill C-2 amendments to the Criminal Code, including the new “evidence to the contrary” provision for the over 80 offence.

Commonly legislation will affect disproportionately some segment of our community. We are ready, willing and able to advance Constitutional issues in defence of our clients and the pursuit of their rights.

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Over Three Decades Of Practice

Founded in 1993, Neuberger & Partners LLP is a high profile Toronto law firm with exclusive focus on criminal law. Our lawyers have represented clients in simple, complex and high-profile cases throughout the Greater Toronto Area and across Ontario.

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Navigating Complex Historical Sexual Abuse Allegations

February 12th, 2024

Joseph A Neuberger, Neuberger & Partners LLP In a recent episode of the Not On Record Podcast, Joseph, Michael and Nick...

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Rex v Zacharias: A Set Back for the Right to have Unconstitutionally Obtained Evidence Excluded

January 29th, 2024

Tyler Alviano and Michael Bury The Supreme Court of Canada recently released its decision in R v Zacharias, a case dealing...

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The Real Science of “Repressed Memory”: A Conversation with Professor Patihis

December 20th, 2023

Joseph Neuberger & Diana Davison In the recent podcast episode, EP#95 | The Real Science of Repressed Memory | With Dr....

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Are Conditional Sentences Available in Ontario Securities Fraud Cases?

December 4th, 2023

By Tyler Alviano The prosecution of securities-related offences has seen an increase in Ontario over the last several...

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