The Criminal Code Spells It Out


In Canada all criminal offences are defined in the Criminal Code of Canada  [http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/C-46/] which also sets out the range of penalties a Judge may impose. 

There are other laws which may apply regarding how and when police authorities may take a blood or breath sample if they believe the driver to have been drinking or is intoxicated.

Frank Pizzimenti is persistent and tenacious.

He will protect your rights and challenge the process wherever and whenever appropriate.  He will ensure evidence was collected according to law, that police acted with reasonable and probable grounds, not just on speculation and that warrants were issued on evidence fairly gathered and honestly presented to a Judge. 

“The Criminal Justice System is a process of several stages and there are no shortcuts” he said.  “It isn’t an event.  It doesn’t get wrapped in an hour like on TV.”

For more on what to expect from the criminal justice process Click on "Criminal Charges" in the menu to review the types of criminal charges Frank Pizzimenti deals most commonly.



Frank Pizzimenti: well known, well respected and trusted. He’s the criminal lawyer other lawyers call first.
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