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Young Offender Lawyer Mississauga

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Young Offender Lawyer Mississauga

Has your child (young offender) been charged with a crime in Mississauga?

The Young Offenders Act now known as the Youth Criminal Justice Act applies to youth who are at least 12 but under 18 years old, who are alleged to have committed criminal offences.

If your child has been arrested and charged by police, you want a criminal lawyer in Mississauga familiar with the special aspects of navigating youth criminal law.

These Mississauga YOA defense lawyers have the experience you want to get your child out of this difficult circumstance without being marked by a bad mistake in judgment for life.

Mississauga criminal lawyer Alex Karapancev - Top Lawyers

Alexander Karapancev
Mississauga Criminal Defence Lawyer

Mississauga Criminal Defence Lawyer – Alexander Karapancev Protecting Clients’ Rights and Freedoms Throughout Peel Region     The consequences of a criminal charge and/or criminal […]

November 29, 2022

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