Leonard Waxman Attorney: Your Criminal Law Professional in Montreal

Protect Your Rights

Defend yourself against criminal charges, regardless of their nature. Leonard Waxman Attorney is committed to do everything in his power to help you avoid a criminal record, get an acquittal, release you from custody, keep your driver’s license or reduce your sentence. Here’s what to do: Call him today to make an appointment.

Areas of Practice

● Procedure

  • Appearance
  • Bail hearing
  • Preliminary inquiry
  • Trial
  • Sentence
  • Appeal
  • Suspension of criminal records (pardons)
  • U.S. Waivers
  • Extradition

● Crimes Against Persons

  • Assault
  • Domestic violence
  • Sexual assault
  • Extortion
  • Homicide
  • Kidnapping and sequestration
  • Robbery
  • Weapons offences

● Offences Against Rights of Property

  • Theft
  • Possession of stolen goods
  • Break and enter
  • Mischief (causing damage)

● Competition Act

  • Deceptive marketing practices including misleading advertising, misleading telemarketing and offences related to pyramid selling and multi-level marketing plans.

● Economic and Financial Crimes

  • Fraud
  • Illegal use of credit cards
  • Forgery and uttering (use of false documents)
  • Illegal telemarketing
  • Proceeds of crime and money laundering
  • Tax evasion

● Sexual Offences

  • Sexual assault
  • Sexual touching or invitation to sexual touching
  • Voyeurism
  • Production and possession of child pornography
  • Prostitution
  • Indecent acts

● Drug Offences

  • Possession
  • Possession for purpose of trafficking
  • Trafficking
  • Importation and exportation
  • Production (i.e. growing marihuana)

● Youth Criminal Justice Act

  • All criminal and penal offences pertaining to adolescents in Youth Court

● Driving Offences

  • Impaired driving
  • Driving with a Blood Alcohol Content over 80 mg (0.08)
  • Hit and run
  • Dangerous driving
  • Driving while disqualified
  • Highway safety code violations

● Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

  • Right to counsel
  • Right to remain silent
  • Right to be informed of grounds for arrest
  • Right to trial within a reasonable delay

● Customs Act

  • Willfully evading payment of duties
  • Making false statements orally or in writing
  • Smuggling goods into Canada
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