Bottos Law Group Office Interior

Fort Saskatchewan

Fort Saskatchewan Criminal Lawyers

When you’re charged with a criminal offence, you want a professional who specializes in criminal law. Bottos Law Group is an Edmonton defence firm that practices exclusively in criminal and regulatory law. Our lawyers have a half-century of collective experience defending clients charged with criminal and regulatory offences in Alberta, including the city of Fort Saskatchewan.

While the law has many protections for individuals charged with crimes, the process of arrest, bail, and trial can be an overwhelming experience. The lawyers of Bottos Law Group can help you navigate the criminal justice system and will work closely with you in resolving your matter. We can assist you at all stages of the proceedings, including:

  • Advising you of your rights and obligations if you believe the police may charge you.
  • Providing essential advice upon arrest for a criminal charge.
  • Preparing and conducting bail hearings.
  • Conducting preliminary inquiries to determine if the Crown prosecution has enough evidence to put you on trial.
  • Defending your case at trial, when the stakes are highest.
  • Appealing the trial judge’s decision in certain circumstances where there is an unfavourable decision.

Our team of exceptional lawyers has successfully defended clients charged with a wide variety of criminal offences, including:

If you have been charged or believe you may be charged, contact our firm for a consultation, free of charge. Call us at 780-421-7001, and one of our attorneys would be happy to speak to you. You can also call and arrange for an in-person consultation at your convenience.

The city of Fort Saskatchewan is located 25 km northeast of Edmonton. See map below for directions to the Provincial Court courthouse.

Fort Saskatchewan Court Contact Information

10504 100 Ave.
Fort Saskatchewan, AB T8L 3S9
Phone: (780) 998-1200

Fort Saskatchewan Court Sittings

Adult Criminal:
Every Thursday at 9:30 A.M.

Youth Criminal:
Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday at 9:30 A.M.

Provincial Offences (including traffic tickets):
Every 1st Tuesday at 9:30 A.M.

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