No one wants to be in a position where they need a criminal lawyer, but if your circumstances lead to it, the reputable team of lawyers at Flett Manning Moore is here to help you. Everyone who is charged with a criminal offence deserves legal representation. Our criminal lawyers in Fort McMurray are here to offer you legal advice and make sure that you get your fair day in court. With our resourceful and collaborative approach, we will research your case and make sure that you can benefit from our legal expertise.
Criminal law is the body of law that is related to crime and helps to regulate social conduct. It involves punishment and rehabilitation of people who are in any way harmful, threatening or otherwise endangering to the health, safety, property, and welfare of people, including one’s self. Penalties for criminal offences depend on the type of each specific offence.
The experienced team at Flett Manning Moore offers unparalleled service in the field of criminal defence litigation. Our criminal lawyers have built a reputation for their determination in defending our clients in Fort McMurray. As we understand the complexities of criminal litigation, we always strive to stay up-to-date with the current laws and procedures.
Areas of Practice:
Impaired driving is a criminal offence of operating a motor vehicle while the driver’s ability to operate a motor vehicle is impaired by drugs or alcohol.
Criminal Driving Offences
Criminal driving offence refers to the criminal act of a person who causes the death of others by driving a vehicle recklessly on the road.
Domestic violence is a criminal offence where one person physically abuses another in a domestic setting, such as in or cohabitation or marriage.
Breach refers to an act of breaking a rule, law or an agreement.
Theft and Fraud
Theft is forcibly taking something from others without their permission. On the other hand, fraud refers to deception where the person deceiving another may gain profit and an untruthful advantage. Both theft and fraud are considered as criminal offences. Restitution, fine, penalty and jail time are all possible outcomes of a conviction.
Drug offence refers to the possession of one or more illegal drugs, either for distribution, personal use, sale or other purposes. Drug offence carries penalty, jail sentence and a criminal record that can have an impact on your life and career. If you have been charged with a drug offence, it is imperative that you seek advice from our criminal lawyers as soon as possible.
This offence refers to the possession of weapons to cause injury to others, or to threaten or damage people or property.
Assault and Threat
Assault or threat refers to an act of intentionally putting another person in fear of bodily injury. It usually involves mental or physical damage.
Break and Enter
It is an offence wherein a person breaks and enters a private or commercial property with the intent to commit a crime.
Youth Offences and Traffic Offences
Youth offences are also known as juvenile offences and refer to the acts of minors participating in unlawful behaviours.
At Flett Manning Moore, we have been defending clients accused of the above-mentioned cases for many years.
Most people do not know how to find solutions to criminal charges brought against them. We have assisted clients to approach these situations and develop effective strategies to fight the charges against them. Our dedicated criminal defence team will work with you to take the burden off your mind. All our lawyers work together to draw solutions from their unique set of skills and talents to offer effective legal services to our clients.