Brooks Criminal Lawyers
When you’re charged with a criminal offence, it is important to speak with a lawyer specializing in criminal law. Bottos Law Group is an Edmonton-based criminal defence firm that practices exclusively in criminal and regulatory (quasi-criminal) law. Our team has over a half-century of collective experience defending clients facing these types of charges all over Alberta, including the city of Brooks.
The law has important protections for individuals charged with a crime, but without swift expert advice, mistakes can happen. The lawyers at Bottos Law Group will fight for you to ensure you receive the full benefits of the law and we will protect your rights at every stage, including:
- Advising you of your rights and obligations if you think the police are investigating you
- Providing critical advice if you’re arrested
- Preparing and conducting your bail hearing to get you out of custody
- Conducting preliminary inquiries to determine whether the prosecutor has enough evidence to make you stand trial
- Defending you at trial
- Appealing your case when the outcome is incorrect or unfair
Our lawyers have successfully defended clients charged with a wide variety of offences, including:
- Assault (Aggravated, Domestic, Sexual)
- Impaired driving (also known as a DUI, DWI, or driving while intoxicated)
- Drug-related offences, including possession for the purpose of trafficking, and trafficking in narcotics and other controlled substances
- Robbery, break and enter, and all types of theft
- First and second-degree murder, and manslaughter
If you have been charged or believe you are being investigated, contact Bottos Law Group for a consultation, free of charge. Call our office at 780-421-7001 and one of our attorneys would be happy to speak with you.
The city of Brooks is located 425 km south of Edmonton. See map below for directions to the Provincial Court courthouse.
Brooks Law Courts Contact Information
220 4 Ave W
Brooks, AB T1R 0G1
Phone: (403) 362-1238
Brooks Court Sittings
Every Wednesday at 10:00 A.M.
Provincial Statutes (including traffic offences):
Every 3rd Friday at 10:00 A.M.
Every 2nd and 4th Friday at 1:00 P.M.