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**PAGE ERROR**The criminal court system can be a legal labyrinth, and navigating it successfully requires dedicated and experienced legal representation to not only manage your fears, but to follow procedure and to advocate for your rights. Knights LPC appreciates that candour and communication is paramount to our clients, and our lawyers are focused on taking action to guide our clients on the complexity of the criminal charges against them and their options. As counsel we provide our clients various alternatives regarding the strategy of their defence and the costs involved.


Practice Areas
  • Simple Assault
  • Domestic Assault
  • Sexual Assault
  • Assault with a Weapon
  • Assault cause bodily harm
  • Assault police
  • Aggravated assault
  • Utter Threats
  • Forcible Confinement
Sex Offences
  • Voyeurism and Invasion of Privacy
  • Invitation to Sexual Touching
  • Sexual Exploitation
  • Cyberbullying – Publishing of Intimate Images without Consent
  • Sexual Assault
  • Possession of Child Pornography
  • Internet Child Luring
  • Making, Publishing or Possessing for the purpose of publication of Child Pornography
  • Luring a child
  • Corrupting Children


Driving Offences
  • Impaired Driving
  • Over 80 cause bodily harm / death
  • Fail or Refuse to provide a sample of breath
  • Dangerous Driving
  • Flight from poolice
Drug Offences
  • Possession
  • Trafficking
  • Possession for the Purposes of Trafficking
Disorderly Conduct
  • Indecent Acts
  • Nudity
  • Causing Disturbance,  Indecent Exhibition and Loitering
  • Motor Vehicle Theft
  • Unauthorized use of Credit Card Data
  • Robbery
  • Extortion
  • Breaking and Entering
Forbidden Acts
  • Mischief
  • Arson and Other Fires
  • Cruelty to Animals
  • Breach of Contract
  • Forgery of Trademarks and Descriptions
  • Making false documents
  • Message in False Name
  • Bail Hearings
  • Bail Variations
  • Failure to comply


Upon completion of our initial consultation and we have a better understanding of your needs and details related to your charge, we will provide you with your options and estimated costs.  Upon agreement and  mutual understanding, the following steps are recommended to ensure we can immediately begin representing you:

  • Provide Knights LPC with all documentation you have related to your charges
  • Provide a signed “Designation of Counsel” that will inform the court Knights LPC wll be the Lawyers of record for your matter
  • Provide Knights LPC an initial deposit towards your retainer

Knights LPC will represent you in the preliminary proceedings as such, you will not have to attend Court personally until the actual court date of your trial. As your legal representation, will keep you fully informed in advanced as to when, where and if you will have to attend.


Its our mandate to ensure our clients understand the general costs involved prior to engaging Knights LPC. We do not provide a final fee of services regarding your matter until we receive and examine all disclosure from the Crown and Police and are provided instructions as to how our client wants to proceed.  Our fees are typically based on block rates which are fees that will not change, rather than an hourly rate that can be difficult to budget for the client.


We are aware that these types of expenses are not planned and often place a strain on finances. We know our clients have variable financial means at their disposal and as a solution,  it is our mandate to offer transparent and flexible payment options that assist this process.

To determine if you are eligible for Legal Aid, please visit the Legal Aid Ontario website at or contact by phone 1-800-668-8258 or 416-979-1446.


The Criminal Injuries Compensation Board does not expect you to have a legal representative at a hearing, but you can have one if you want. A legal representative can be a lawyer or paralegal. Knights LPC will communicate with the CIBC as your designated representative to ensure your application or application appeal process is handled properly.

Are you a Victim of a Crime?

Knights LPC assists victims of crimes access necessary information, services and resources who are in need.  If you are a victim of a crime, you and your family members may be eligible for compensation for pain and suffering, loss of income, treatment expenses, funeral expenses and other costs that may have resulted of crimes of violence that occurred in Ontario. Knights LPC works with victims of crimes to bring applications and assist with hearings at the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board.

Our services help victims apply for financial compensation and services through government programs such as the, Criminal Injuries Compensation Board,  Financial Assistance for Families of Homicide Victims or the Victim Quick Response Program

Pardons and Waivers

Formerly known as a pardon, a record suspension gives an individual a second chance to be free from past mistakes. Regardless of your status of residency or citizenship, if you’ve been charged or convicted of a crime in a Canadian court of law you can apply to have your criminal record kept separate and apart from other criminal records.  This means, if a criminal background record check is required of you, it will come up clear.

Even small offences can have a big impact and follow you around for the rest of your life. Applying for a pardon or a waiver on your own can be a difficult process; applications submitted incorrectly can be returned or denied and the associated fees may be non-refundable.

A Canadian Pardon can seal a criminal record and a US Waiver will allow you to legally cross the United States-Canadian Border if you have been deemed ineligible by the government. These documents help you to move on with your life and take back control.

Knights LPC can assist our clients through the application process – and to make it as simple and straightforward as possible with our associate team of specialized consultants.

Contact us today to arrange a consultation and evaluation of your needs.

Common Questions
What are the types of criminal convictions?

There are three types of Criminal offences:

• Indictable offences
• Summary conviction offences
• Hybrid offences

For some offences, the information will charge you with an indictable offence but you will be convicted of a summary conviction offence. It does not matter what kind of conviction you received. If the information says that the Crown chose to proceed by way of indictment, then you can appeal to the Court of Appeal. If not, you must appeal to the Superior Court of Justice.

If you are convicted of both an indictable offence and a summary conviction offence, you can bring an appeal on both convictions to the Court of Appeal.

What is an Indictable Offence?

Indictable offences are the most serious offences.

Common examples are sexual offences against young people, criminal negligence causing bodily harm or death, theft over $5000, robbery, and murder.

What is a Summary Conviction?
Summary conviction offences are less serious than indictable offences. Common examples are causing a public disturbance and simple possession of drugs.
What is a Hybrid Offence?

Hybrid offences can either be indictable or summary conviction offences.

On the information, the Crown will decide how serious the offence is and will choose to prosecute you for an indictable offence if it is serious or for a summary conviction offence if it is less serious.

Common examples are impaired driving, theft under $5000, common assault, and sexual assault.

Criminal Courts in Toronto

Superior Court of Justice
361 University Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1T3

Ontario Court of Justice – Old City Hall
60 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2M4

Ontario Court of Justice – College Park (2nd floor)
444 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario M5B 2H4

Ontario Court of Justice – Youth Court
311 Jarvis Street
Toronto, Ontario M5B 2C4

Ontario Court of Justice – Scarborough
1911 Eglinton Avenue East
Toronto, Ontario M1L 4P4

Ontario Court of Justice – Metro North
1000 Finch Avenue West
Toronto, Ontario M3J 2V5

Ontario Court of Justice – Metro West
2201 Finch Avenue West
Toronto, Ontario M9M 2Y9

Other Criminal Court Locations we Attend

Superior Court of Justice / Ontario Court of Justice
75 Mulcaster Street
Barrie, Ontario L4M 3P2

Superior Court of Justice / Ontario Court of Justice
7755 Hurontario Street
Brampton, Ontario L6W 4T1

Ontario Court of Justice
2021 Plains Road East
Burlington, Ontario L7R 4M3

Superior Court of Justice / Ontario Court of Justice
45 Main Street East
Hamilton, Ontario L8N 2B7

Superior Court of Justice / Ontario Court of Justice
491 Steeles Avenue East
Milton, Ontario L9T 1Y7

Superior Court of Justice / Ontario Court of Justice
50 Eagle Street West
Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 6B1

700 Memorial Ave.
Cottage C L3V 6J3

Superior Court of Justice / Ontario Court of Justice
150 Bond Street East
Oshawa, Ontario L1G 0A2