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Appeals Lawyer

If you need to launch an appeal of a criminal court decision or are responding to an appeal launched by the crown, call our experienced appeal lawyers to discuss your strategy.

If you have been found guilty of a criminal offence, Bytensky Prutschi Shikhman can help you appeal that decision and get your conviction overturned. Bytensky Prutschi Shikhman Toronto Criminal Lawyers have experience with applications for bail pending appeal, summary conviction appeals to the Superior Court of Justice, indictable appeals to the Ontario Court of Appeal, and appeals to the Supreme Court of Canada. BPS criminal lawyers are often sought out by other counsel who feel that their clients have been unjustly convicted at the trial level. Our lawyers can also assist you in appeals to reduce your sentence

Whatever your appellate needs, Bytensky Prutschi Shikhman can assist you in getting a second chance before the justice system. The law places strict time limits on the filing of most types of appeals (often 30 days or less) so you are urged to arrange an appointment with us as soon as possible after a conviction.

Our appeal lawyers make every effort to answer your questions promptly and personally – you will not be shuffled around through layers of staff. When our lawyers are in court, our office staff will respond to your concerns immediately and professionally. Bytensky Prutschi Shikhman welcomes the opportunity to be your Toronto Criminal Lawyers. Don’t waste time, call now to consult with us.

Do You Need an Appeals Lawyer?

If you or someone you know has been charged with sexual assault, you are invited to contact us to arrange for an initial client interview.
One of our experienced lawyers will sit down with you to discuss your case and give you a preliminary assessment of its strengths and weaknesses.

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How Ed Prutschi Advises Clients About Deciding To Appeal

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Why Trial Lawyers May Refer Cases To Another Lawyer For The Appeal

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Time Limits And First Steps In Proceeding With An Appeal

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Trial Lawyers Need To Be Aware Of The Basis For Appeal

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