I believe that all of my clients should be given the best defence available under the law. I work tirelessly for my clients. In serving my clients, I have a three-pronged philosophy to defending their rights.
1Client Satisfaction – I believe communication with my clients is key. My philosophy is that a lawyer cannot properly defend their client without clear and open communication. It is very important for me to know what my clients expectations of me are. It is also very important that I get your “side” of the story. When we sit down to discuss your case, we will work together to ensure that your interests and rights are being protected and that you are receiving a strong and vigorous defence.
I work with my clients one-on-one. I make myself available to my clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. I am always available to discuss your case with you.
2Vigorous Legal Defence – Once we discuss your expectations, I start to work towards achieving those goals. I examine the prosecution’s case very carefully. The goal here is to establish weaknesses, inconsistencies and deficiencies in the Crown case.
After my review of the Crown’s case, I will then begin negotiations with the Crown Attorney with a view of meeting your expectations and achieving your goals for the case. I will communicate your position to the Crown. I will then communicate the Crown’s position to you. If there is an impasse in those negotiations, I will schedule a trial.
3Thorough Legal Research – The law changes daily. Cases are decided every day which may have an effect on the outcome of your case. Singh’s Criminal Defence Law has access to the latest Criminal Law Databases. We utilize these resources to keep ourselves up-to-date with the law so that we can better serve and defend your rights.
Through our commitment to legal research, we are able to determine and establish whether or not any of your Constitutional Rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms have been infringed upon and whether or not you are entitled to a remedy for those breaches. Some of the remedies for Charter infringements are the exclusion of evidence, the staying of the charges against you, and in rare cases a costs award.