Experienced Criminal Defence Matters When Faced With Criminal Harassment Charge

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Bayne Sellar Ertel Macrae

Protecting Your Rights

When dealing with complicated domestic issues, a criminal harassment or ‘stalking’ charge may arise. It is highly recommended that you hire an experienced criminal defence lawyer, who can offer you strategic defence against such a charge.

Building a Strong Defence Against Criminal Harassment Charges

At Bayne Sellar Ertel Macrae, our lawyers are determined to protect your interests by accessing the type of conduct in question. You could have been charged with criminal harassment because of:

  • Repeated following of your partner or former partner from one place to another, or
  • Repeated communication with the complainant or anyone known to them.

In either case, as your defence lawyers, our goal is to prove that your conduct was not criminal. We can have the charges dismissed by demonstrating that you did not cross the line of criminal conduct.

The repeated action might have caused your spouse or ex-spouse to be fearful or frightened, but if your actions were unintentional you should not have to face such serious charges. Only a knowledgeable and skilled lawyer can tactfully bring that to the attention of the court.

We also work in collaboration with family lawyers on a regular basis.

Defending Clients in Ottawa and surrounding areas of eastern Ontario

Act On Your Defence – Contact Our Criminal Harassment Lawyers

Let our experience work for your benefit. You can contact our defence lawyers at 613-604-2188 locally or 1-877-786-4479 toll free. Our phones are answered 24 hours a days, seven days a week. Our lawyers can also visit you if you are in jail, where necessary.
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